Dragon Showcase of ProsperityThe Dragon Plate is used as a display plate on shelves and tables to establish the presence of the Dragon to bestow upon you prosperity and success. Ideally placed on shelves. The circular nature of this item (combined with the Dragon imagery) will also form a protective aura within the vicinity. Made of resin but intricately detailed and very impressive looking. Great for absorbing negative chi or poison arrows. An authentic remedy used by Feng Shui Masters mainly in China and Hong Kong. Comes with stand.
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