Fuk Luk Sau ~ Health/Wealth/LongevityAlmost every house in China has some form of The Auspicious Trinity, also known as Fu Lu
Shou (of health, wealth, and longevity respectively). They are amazing enhancers of all
the good things in life: good health (mental & physical), wealth (material and personal)
and longevity (desires and life). Many families, especially children see them as
affectionate uncles always thinking of how they can make you more happy (while protecting
over the house).
This item is very popular and you can see their age and wisdom on them. Can be used as
enhancers AND a protective remedy. I use these as gifts very often as EVERY house needs
them. They are also placed on my upper workshelf in my office. Every time i'm stressed, i
just take a look at them and can't help but smile knowing they're watching and thinking
of how to make me feel better. An extreme personal favorite.
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