Laughing Buddha on IngotThe Laughing Buddha of Fulfillment is placed happily on top of a large ingot to bring abundance and fulfillment to the owner. The larger the Ingot, the larger the dream and fulfillment of Abundance. The Laughing Buddha loves to pick up people's problems and unhappiness and turns them into happiness. The more he succeeds in doing it, the happier he is. The Ruyi scepter he holds opens up the path to career success and charisma. The ingot is intricately detailed and has dragons on both sides to ensure prosperity. This is used as an authentic remedy by many Feng Shui Masters.
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