Lucky Wealth BarsWealth Bars are the ultimate extra touch when using Feng Shui enhancers for wealth. This is a set of 3 Wealth Bars made of solid brass with an engraving of the prosperous dragon and abundant koi. This comes in a set of 3, creating the prosperous "San" formation. There are many situations where you can use these items. A wealth enhancer itself, it works wonders when combined with other auspicious items.
Placing them in your coin bowl to help your current wealth to grow. The secret ingredient of your Wealth Vase for extra potency. Laying them on top of your business documents to 'weigh' them down with heavy wealth.
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