Prosperity Pigs PairProsperous and smiling all the way with gold ingots on their backs, these prosperity pigs are specially designed for feng shui use. This brings about good fortune to the households as well as abundance. Those wishing for more profits or a larger salary will enjoy the company of the faithful and laughing bronze prosperity pig. They also make wonderful gifts for newlyweds to enjoy an abundant and wealthy life with the a good dose of fertility thrown into the mix. This is a PAIR of prosperity pigs and can be used together or you can give one to a loved one. Put them beside your bedside to increase fertility and chances of a new addition to the family!
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