Plasterwork “Macrobiotic Tree”
It is a gift presented to President Kim Il Sung by chairman of Mexican Group for the Study of the Juche Idea on October Juche 79 (1990).
It portrays a macrobiotic tree known as a symbol of eternal youth to Mexican people.
It depicts the flowers which symbolize the sun and happiness, the cups which means the wish for longevity and good health and six pigeons, a symbol of peace.
It is also bearing his boundless feeling of respect for the President and ardent desire that the Workers’ Party of Korea would always go into full bloom like these beautiful flowers and strengthened and developed into a powerful Party.
It is a gift presented to Chairman Kim Jong Il by chairman of International Association of Democratic Lawyers in February Juche 92 (2003).
Meeting the meaningful February holiday, he prepared it with his feeling of respect for the Chairman according to the Indian custom of presenting the silverwares to the most respected celebrities on their birthdays or other significant occasions.
Flower patterns are carved in the edge of the tray and there are English letters at the center reading “Presented to H.E. Kim Jong Il, For His Contribution to the Reunification of Korea Jitendra Sharma President Feb 16, 2003.”
Ceramic Work Macrobiotic Peach
It is a gift presented to the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un by a Chinese writer Li Minghui and his party in September Juche 107 (2018).
It has peaches arranged to interpret the number “seven” and a ring below them to explain the number “zero”, which denote the 70th anniversary of the founding of the DPRK.
Both ganoderma and peach mean that he wishes the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un good health and the moss reports he wishes him eternal youth.