Fortune Flower CoinsThe popular Fortune Flower Coins have engraved blessings wishing you wealth, health and success for your entire life. On the other side of the coin, some of the most auspicious objects in Feng Shui are displayed. The symbols include objects like the bat which is known for longevity and safety to the ingot which is meant for wealth. Made of thick quality metal.
It's always good to keep one or a small bowl of them in your home or office. Additionally, they are great as small gifts to wish someone the best in their endeavors, be it a business venture or a personal pursuit. One is great, having a lot is even better! Buy 8 Fortune Flower Coins or more and enjoy large discounts. Please use our contact section for this.
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