Feng Shui IngotsThe Ingot was used in Imperial China as a form of currency and thus it has always been symbolized as wealth. Its shape and soft curves allows it create wealth chi in its surroundings and is very popular in Asia. These replicas are made of plastic but look amazing and follow all the proper Feng Shui design principles needed for it to be a wealth enhancer. This item comes in a set of 3, and laid out in the auspicious San formation.
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