YinYang Tortoise of Wealth & HarmonyThe Yin Yang Turtle of Life & Harmony is very popular, as it brings in longevity,
success, and of course wealth. Ceramic finish. The Yin/Yang Pa Kua formation on
its back is there to create balance and harmony in your life while bring in
longlasting auspicious tidings. Much more heavier compared to other resin made
items. Can be used as a fair replacement of the famous Money Frog/Three Legged
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