Royal Silver Pi Xie ~ MiniThe Royal Pi Xie was specially designed to not only retain your existing wealth, but to create additional sources of wealth. It is a creature of wealth and protection in regards to your existing resources. You will notice a much younger Pi Xie seated on top of the parent, which is excellent symbolism of your secured wealth providing even more opportunities in an endless cycle. It is intricately carved and made of silver. It is conveniently sized for you to place it in an obscure corner or even in your bag/purse. Popularly placed on top of your coin stash and even your wealth bowl.
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