Traditionally Korean groom travels to the home of his bride on the back of a pony, bearing a live goose, a symbol of fidelity because it takes only one partner in its life, and gives it to his new mother-in-law as a sign of his faithfulness to her daughter. Nowadays, Koreans substitute the live goose with a wooden one as this. These two wooden hand carving wild geese symbolize a happily married couple who remain faithful to their partner their entire lives.
Small: 8.7"W x 2.8"D x 5.5"H (22 x 7 x 14cm)
Large: 11"W x 3.3"D x 6.7"H (28 x 8.5 x 17cm)