Red Eye Brass Chi Lin PairThe mythical Chinese Unicorn, known as Chi Lin, is also referred to as the Dragon Horse.
The Chi Lin's presence attracts the powerful cosmic breath of the dragon, bring good
fortune/luck to those residing in the abode. Displaying the Chi Lin at the workplace
represents good fortune in promotions for those wanting advancements in their career.
These are extra special Chi Lins because their potency is amplified by the activating red
crystal eyes on their brass body. This item will come in a pair and should be used as a
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