Ru Yi Scepter with Fortune BatsThe Fortune Bats represent blessings of prosperity, happiness and longevity. The Ru Yi Sceptre enhances authority, visitation of luck and smoothness of business/work pursuits. Commonly seen in many offices around Asia, to bring in the above mentioned benefits. Meant for office use only, but can be placed at the workplace of your home. Great for those who think they need to ascend the corporate ladder. Optimally placed on your workdesk, near your paper work.
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