God of WealthCai Shin, the Lord of Wealth can be found in almost every successful
businessperson's abode in China. His presence is said to pull in any form of
wealth and fortune possible into one's home or office. They make excellent gifts
for those starting new businesses or as a remedy to those with an ailing business.
This is an authentic remedy/enhancer used by traditional Feng Shui masters in
China. Very heavy. Excellent redwood/mahogany finish. Display it prominently in
your office or rooms to always have his blessings. Authentic remedy used by
traditional Feng Shui Masters
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