Buddha on Wealth VaseThe Buddha on the Wealth Vase combines the prosperity and good tidings of the Laughing
Buddha with the auspicious properties of a Wealth Vase into one amazing item. He is
seated on a mound of wealth coins and gold, while holding a Ru Yi scepter and an Ingot in
his other hand. Both items are also applicable for Feng Shui separately. The Laughing
Buddha is seated while not having a care in the world because he knows you won't have to
worry soon. Many people in Southeast Asia believe the Laughing Buddha on a Wealth Vase
will capture all your troubles and transform it into good news and auspicious tidings.
You can put this on top of items like business proposals, work desks, and store counters
to receive more good and possibly auspicious news. This item is composed of resin but is
very sturdy and heavy enough to be used as a paperweight.
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