Auspicious Inscription Dragon TortoiseThe impressive Auspicious Inscription Dragon Tortoise enhances your level of
prosperity and success. All the inscriptions lead to success and it is a truly
impressive item. You can immediately feel its presence. Place this near your work
area or living room achieve it's amazing effects.
Resin made, but still very heavy with sand belly.
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