Kuan Yin, Goddess of Mercy (Large)Kuan Yin, Goddess of Mercy is known for her legendary compassion and aid without hesitation to those who are in need. Invite serenity to your home, and enjoy a life with less troubles knowing that she will always be vigilant to make sure that harm coming your way would never reach its target.
She is seated on top of the famed Arowana (dragon fish) which are very popular wealth enhancers for businessmen all across asia. This is one of the few items that combines protection and enhancing wealth into one item. Kuan Yin, Goddess of Mercy is the second most popular deity in Asia, much sought after for help from the youngest to the eldest.
Earth buried for extra potency. Made of brass.. One of the most auspicious and necessary items for the year of the Fire Dog 2006.
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