The Wizard had these characters carved into a chop (seal) for me many years ago. You must admit it's pretty sexy. (The seal print reads right to left.)
Here's the bottom, carved side up resting in its silk Chinese box. Unfortunately in this picture, it looks kind of like an elaborately presented piece of meat. A chop chop.
If you don't know exactly how this works, you press the chop into a tin of specially prepared inky red goo, like a stamp pad, and carefully imprint the paper. My chop has a particularly nice feel in the hand. I have begun using it on some of my paintings.