Authentic Wealth BowlOne of the best and most popular wealth enhancers, each Auspicious Wealth Bowl has been done by myself. Some of the contents are: Lucky Wealth Bars, Golden Mystic Knot wealth Coins, Feng Shui Wealth Coins, Earth Buried Wealth Coins, Zodiac Harmony Amulet, Semi-precious Stones. The bowl is a gold coloured brass rice bowl (approx 80mm in diameter or greater) which brings sustenance for life. The contents are filled to the brim meaning your wealth and happiness will be equally the same.
Some of the items necessary for making a proper Auspicious Wealth Bowl are not readily available in most parts of the world. Each one is done to Feng Shui perfection using the necessary ingredients and calculations. I usually only do them on special request for special clients of Smiling Bamboo.
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