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Auspicious Jade Wealth Pendant

The Jade Wealth Pendant is perfectly designed following Feng Shui specifications. Jade itself brings longevity, protection, resilience and nobility while its circular design encloses the chinese character of Wealth (Fuk, Fu, Foo depending on regional dialect). This item makes sure your wealth is protected and at the same time open for more to come in. A very auspicious and fashionable item to wear. Can be worn or placed near where you spend a long amount of time in to enjoy its benefits.
  

Auspicious Jade Wealth Pendant



       




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