Bronze Crab ~ Productive and Happy LifeThe Bronze Crab is used as a remedy/enhancer by asian Feng Shui Masters to provide the
owner with a smooth sailing and productive life. It will instill the owner with speed,
agility and strength needed to succeed in life. It's strong pincers represent the
sometimes needed brute (mental or physical) force to achieve your goal as well as to
seize opportunities of advancement (and not letting go). Though not very well known or
hyped in Western Feng Shui, it has been a staple of traditional Feng Shui in Asia.
Can be used as a gift to a friend who is an agressive business executive who wants to
excel or even a friend you believe that will benefit career wise with more mental and
physical fortitude needed in today's challenging business environments.
Made of solid brass/bronze and approximately 130mm in width. An impressive item that has
increased in usage due to today's agressive business situations.
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