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Noble Elephant on Ingot

The Noble Elephant on Ingot focuses on bringing new and happy additions to the household (be it through a new addition to the family, or a fortunate windfall). It is standing on a bed of coins placed on top of an ingot (both are wealth enhancers in Feng Shui) looking at you with curious eyes waiting when you will let yourself be open to happy news coming in. The top can be removed and both can be used separately. Many Feng Shui uses enjoy putting in wealth coins inside the ingot to bring in more wealth to their house.
  

Noble Elephant on Ingot



       




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