Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver
Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver
Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver
Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver
Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver
Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver

Da Mouse Pendant - 925 Sterling Silver

Regular price $988.00 HKD

Da Mouse Pendant

In Chinese Zodiac, people born in the years 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996 and 2008 are mice. The 1st of the 12 in the series.

Some animals bring others luck, pick your Chinese Zoo charm!

Made in 925 Sterling Silver.

This pendant comes with a complimentary necklace in 925 sterling silver.

Each pendant from the Chinese Zoo Series comes in a box specially designed for the specific animal you order.

Da Chinese Zoo Collection 

 Material  925 Sterling Silver
 Finishing  Glossy
 Size (W x L x H)  ~10mm x 16mm x 16mm
 Weight  ~3.9g

 

*Product color might differ slightly from photos.

About Mouse:
Year of the Mouse: 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020...
Character: Attractiveness, social skills, influence, intelligence, province.
Nervousness, power thirsty, lengthiness, crafty, insatiable, intervention
Lucky Color: Black, blue, white, apricot, red, purple
Zodiac Pairing (Best): Cow
Zodiac Pairing (Good): Dragon, Monkey

When choosing oriental zodiac jewellery, we strongly suggest you pick the animals that are the best or well paired to yours.
Zodiac Pairing (Best):
Zodiac Pairing (Good):
Below are more tales about the oriental zodiac :)

In many oriental cultures, years are represented by 12 animals, collectively known as the oriental zodiac.

Every now and then you hear people say they are born in the Year of the Goat, or they are sheep. This confirms that the oriental zodiac has a very deep history and is part of tradition.

But how are the animals chosen? This is a topic that has been circulated since the ancient times.

Legend has it, on his birthday, the Jade Emperor, the first god, called upon all animals to come celebrate one the ninth day of the first month in lunar calendar. He decided to select twelve animals as the guards leading to the road to heaven. They will rotate annually in the order of the congratulations on his birthday.

Back then, mouse and cat were neighbours. Quite often the larger cat bullied the weak mouse and it was too afraid to fight back.
The cat had a snooze problem. After receiving the order from the Emperor, the cat knocked on the mouse’s door and asked the mouse to help wake him up for the Emperor’s birthday. The mouse agreed and thought: This is the chance of revenge!
In the morning of the Emperor’s birthday, the mouse quietly left without waking the cat up.

Although the mouse got up very early, it ran very fast, but when it came to crossing the wide river, the mouse was quite hopeless. He had to sit and wait for other animals to cross the river and jump on their backs.
The mouse waited awhile till the first one came. It was the cow. The cow was the earliest to leave and walked quietly to the river.
The mouse jumped agilely into the cow’s ear as soon as the cow went into the river.
The cow was usually praised for his generosity and helpfulness. He didn’t care for the mouse’s deliberate act. After crossing the river, the mouse was too comfortable to jump down.
When it was almost noon, the cow arrived at the door of the Emperor.

Just before the cow was about to enter the door, the mouse jumped out of the cow’s ear at once and went to the front of the Emperor.
The mouse took the first place. The cow that carried it all the way, only became second place.
Later on, tigers, rabbits, dragons, snakes, horses, sheep, monkeys, chickens, and dogs also arrived.
Although the pig was clumsy, he also manage to arrive on time and was ranked 12th. The Jade Emperor gave them the annual rotation according to the order in which they arrived, and the order of the Zodiac was determined.

On the tenth day of the first lunar month, the cat finally woke before dawn. He then left home immediately thinking it was still the day of the Emperor’s birthday and how he was so ahead of others.
He arrived and knocked on the Emperor’s door, shouting,’Your Highness, the cat has arrived!’
The doorman opened with a big laugh,’You are one big dumb cat! You are late for one whole day. Go home and clear your head! Don’t always look so sleepy and take the Emperor’s word so lightly!’
The cat was dumb-founded and extremely mad.
This is the reason why every cat has to hunt down every mouse in the world.


我們以中國十二生肖為設計藍圖,配合現代感重的結構,去塑造出一系列的新穎的設計。
希望能夠令大家對中國十二生肖有一種打破傳統的睇法。
這款吊墜由925純銀製成,同時配有925純銀項鍊一條。

關於肖鼠的事情:
肖鼠年份:1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020…
肖鼠性格:吸引力,社交能力,影響力,智力,儉省,魅力,緊張,權力欲,贅言,狡計,貪得無厭,幹預。
開運顏色:黑色、藍色、白色、杏色、紅色、紫色
生肖配對(六合):牛
生肖配對(三合):龍、猴

在選擇生肖吊飾時建議選擇您的六合生肖,或者您的三合生肖。
您的六合生肖:
您的三合生肖:
以下是更多關於生肖的故事:)

華人社會好多時以12種動物或年獸代表年份,統稱為十二生肖。
這12種動物包括,鼠、牛、虎、兔、龍、蛇、馬、羊、猴、雞、狗、豬。

大家有時候會聽到親友說,自己是羊年出世,或自己屬羊之類;這證實了十二生肖已經融入華人社會,成為傳統的一部份。

如何挑選十二種生肖動物,這是一個人們亙古流傳的話題。

傳說中有一年,玉皇大帝過生日,下令讓所有的動物在正月初九這天前來祝壽,並決定按前來祝賀生日的報到順序選定十二種動物,作為通往上天之路的守衛,並按年輪流值班。

相傳,當時老鼠和貓是鄰居,但平時體大的貓常常欺負弱小的老鼠,老鼠對貓往往也只是感怒而不敢言。而貓有個貪睡的毛病,接到玉皇大帝下的令後,老鼠竊喜:報復貓的機會終於來了果不其然,貓叩響了老鼠家的門,請求老鼠在給玉皇帝祝壽時,叫醒它一同前往,老鼠滿口答應下來為了報復貓,到了正月初九清晨,老鼠便悄悄的出發了。

老鼠雖然起得很早,跑的也很快,但到了寬寬的河邊面對著濤濤的河水,它發愁了,只好坐在河邊等著其它動物渡河時,跳到它們的背上借助它們的力量渡河。等了好一會兒,最早出門的牛,默默地一步一步地走到了河邊,老鼠趁牛泅入水中的瞬間,敏捷地跳到牛耳朵裡,牛平時就以憨厚,善於助人為樂著稱,因此它對老鼠這種投機行為毫不在意。渡過了河,老鼠覺得躺在牛耳朵裡既舒服,又省力並沒有跳下來的意思,天近傍午時,牛載著老鼠到了玉帝的家門外。

當牛剛要進門時,誰知老鼠迫不急待地從牛耳朵裡竄出來,搶先跳到了玉帝面前,就這樣,老鼠終於取得了第一名。而載了它一路的牛,僅獲得第二名。稍後老虎,兔,龍,蛇,馬,羊,猴,雞,狗也陸續到達。豬雖然很蠢,但也按時到達,名列第十二名。玉帝按它們報到的先後次序一一賜封它們為每年的輪值生,十二生肖的順序就這樣確定下來
正月初十,天還沒有亮,熟睡了幾天的貓終於醒了,它趁黑就上路了當它正為一路上的冷清,,認為別的動物還沒出發而得意時,正來到了玉帝門前,它一邊敲門,一邊高喊“玉帝 - ,貓來報到了 - ”前來開門的人,哈哈大笑地對貓說:“你真是一隻大笨貓,你已經遲來一天了,還是回去洗洗臉,清醒清醒腦子吧!,不要老是一副睡不醒的樣子,把玉帝的指令也拋腦後。“此時,貓已經憤怒到了極點從此,它與老鼠結下了不解的怨仇,一見到老鼠發誓把它咬死,大有不吃盡天下老鼠誓不罷休的無畏精神,勇氣與決心!