Stone lions are common in Chinese traditional culture to ward off bad luck items, with a stone sculpture for raw materials into the image of the lion. It has artistic value and ornamental value. The earliest stone lion sculpture is in the Gaoyi tomb in the eastern Han dynasty. Stone lion sculptures are often used in traditional Chinese architecture, a kind of decoration in China palace gardens, tombs, temple pagodas, bridges, and mansions will often see it. But more often. The stone lion is specifically referred to on the left and right sides of the gate of a pair of lions.