Pig of AbundanceThe Prosperous Pig of Abundance is always brimming with happiness, life, contentment and a full stomach since there is never a shortage of goodies around it! Having one in your home is meant to ensure you will have a similar life of this cute animal. The much cherished Prosperity Pig is popular with those from all ages. It is very popular as a gift to someone younger than you: to wish the person abundance in their life with no shortage of happiness. Interestingly, when couples are trying to conceive or have a child, this is also a popular gift. Many cultures also view the pig as a symbol of fertility and it is the same for Feng Shui. Made of brass/bronze and very sturdy. There is always a place for this cute item. Place it in either your living room or where family members and friends congregate.
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