Brass Rooster ~ TributeThis specific Brass Rooster will serve dual purposes this year of the Wood Rooster 2005.
It is primarily used to counter office politics, infidelity, and minor annoyances that
will occur. Secondly, it's considered most auspicious to have this item in your house
this year as a form of tribute to the noble Rooster which reigns this year, so that it
will make sure your path will be a steady and fruitful one.
Standing proudly at 100mm in height and very solid and sturdy. This item is immensely
popular this year and with good reason. Those in the know are purchasing this to make
sure their year is auspicious.
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