God of Wealth - Solid BronzeCai Shin, the God of Wealth is found in many business places around Asia, especially in
China. Having his presence within the vicinity is said to bring in wealth in many forms
to the place it resides. Cai Shin is seen holding a scroll with auspicious characters
while holding an ingot in his other hand (both items are known for attracting wealth).
He's laughing out loud a confident smile, because he knows you'll soon be having the same
expression once more wealth rolls in your way.
This item is made of solid bronze and commonly placed on the business person's work desk
or near his cash register. For Flying Star Feng Shui practitioners, this can also be
used as a remedy for the fatal flying stars #2 and #5. Works wonders with the God of War
- Solid Brass item for even more benefits (please take a look at the other items listed).
Standing at 100mm in height and weighing in at approximately half a KG.
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