Business SetThe Feng Shui Gift Set incorporates all the necessary elements used by businessmen to speed up their way to success. Kuan Kung, God of War provides status, progress and strategic brilliance. The Heavenly Guardian provides protecion and awareness of your surroundings. Cai Shen, God of Wealth brings in prosperity and new opportunities for greater wealth. Placed together for an auspicious 'San' formation, it makes an ideal gift or item to use for those in the business sector and would like a strong push in the success direction.
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