Tian Shan, the Asian Panda Sculpture
A Delightful Panda Indeed
Tian Shan was a gift for my mother and is an attractive and interesting addition to her front yard garden. At first she wasn't sure she wanted to put him outside! She thought someone might like him just as much. He is a fantastic gift, very colorful, well made, hasn't faded, and the neighbors think he is cute.
November 11, 2014
I bought it as a birthday present for my daughter. She put it in her front yard. Now she has something cheerful to greet her every time she gets home.
She loves it.
September 4, 2014
Subtle Welcome Masterpiece
One of the reasons I ordered this panda was because I thought it might scare off the ducks that would visit my front porch. I don't think he scared the ducks, but surely by destiny Tian Shan ended up at the right place - right next to my Chinese plant and Philippine made planter sitting along side his Asian elements. He is very subtle and almost hidden when one walks up to the house hiding under the leaves where he neatly rests chewing his bamboo. He serves not only as a pleasant greeter, but also hides an electrical cord. I knew it was all meant to be when an unsuspecting neighbor stopped me on the way to my mailbox and said, "I love the panda." Guess what? - so do I.
August 20, 2014
Tian Shan Asian Panda
This Panda is so adorable in my garden. The best animal statute I have ever purchased. When I've received the box, I thought "Great I'll never be abe to carry it". Wrong, is wonderful, light weight but yet heavy enough to hold up with the Floida wind and rain storms. Has amazing details and and colors. Worth the price. I'm very pleased.
Highly reccomended, you'll love it.
August 14, 2014
Absolutely adorable! Looks very better in real life than the catalog photo.
May 1, 2014
Love the panda
Very cute and life like. The size is large buy not too big. Very detailed.
January 15, 2014
cute cute cute cute cute sitting by bamboo tree on patio
August 25, 2013
For panda lovers
The panda looks great in my garden. I hope it lasts a long time but you can be sure it will be taken in for the winter.
June 21, 2013