Dragon Phoenix AmuletThe imperial dragon and the royal phoenix are one of the most important celestial animals in Feng Shui. They are known as the perfect harmonious combination of yin (phoenix) and yang (dragon). The dragon phoenix coin invites love, marital happiness and passion. It is also the perfect item for the bachelor or bachelorette.
The dragon/phoenix combination is frequently found in restaurants, bedrooms of the newly wed, and anywhere there is a unity or joint venture of two parties. Made of thick quality metal.
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