Lord Chung Kwei, Guardian of HarmonyThis item is a MUST for any household. Chung Kwei holds three special roles: an amazing
wealth enhancer, the guardian of a family, and to capture harmul spirits/entities. He is
fiery demeanour is legendary when protecting those that are important to your life while
at the same time, his compassion knows no bounds to the household he resides in. He
devotes his time into making sure that only positive entities enter into your household
while making sure wealth keeps you smiling. This item is made of solid brass and very
popular in households and businesses. He is a very familiar face amongst proper and
traditional Feng Shui Masters in China and Southeast Asia, but not well known in the
West. Can also be used to combat the deadly flying stars #2 and #5. Approximately 95mm in
height and made of pure brass.
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