Business Pot / Wealth VaseProperly known as the Business Pot of Wealth, and functions very similarly to the Wealth Vase but in a business/career sense. This item should be displayed prominently and will invite wealth from all directions while preventing the loss of money. VERY popular amongst members of the sales force, business front, and those who are into speculative investments. Starting a business or running one? This is the item for you. Having a Pot of Wealth that is overflowing is an extremely auspicious item and invites abundance to your business and home. It is a wonderful amplifier of prosperity luck for its immediate surroundings. Can be placed anywhere in your home, even on the ground. The more prominently it is displayed the better. Placing this near wealth deities (e.g. Cai Shen or Kong Meng) will further amplify its wealth bringing abilities.
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