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Pail of Wealth & Happiness

This item is used to lure in more wealth and happiness in abundant forms to the household. Wealth should pour in rather than come in slowly, and this item is what makes happiness and wealth flow into your home like water. This is also an item that can be placed within your garden or yard area to lure in more auspicious tidings from the outside. This item is catered mainly to be used in your home area rather than your office, but if you do own a business or retail store, placing it near the entrance will also help you in bringing in more wealth 'by the bucket loads'. Resin made and at 85mm in height. This item is a favorite with those who like to spend time doing gardening as it is an excellent addition.
  

Pail of Wealth & Happiness



       




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