Gold Ingot Gift Set (8 Pieces)The golden ingot creates abundance and an easy life. You will notice its shape is similar to a boat which
symbolized smooth sailing. These items are plastic replicas and can open up to store imperial coins or
small gifts. This item is used as a gift to colleagues/children, since sharing the wealth and abundance
will only bring you back more. Alternatively, you can place them in your wealth direction or wealth vase
to enjoy its benefits!
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