Bejeweled Double Happiness with Peonies

Bejeweled Double Happiness with Peonies
Bejeweled Double Happiness with Peonies Bejeweled Double Happiness with Peonies Bejeweled Double Happiness with Peonies
SKU: SKU2928 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 1,250.00g ( 2.76 lbs)
Dim: 4.5x3.25x5 in (11.4x8.3x12.7 cm)
Material: Metal

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A beautiful plaque featuring the Double Happiness symbol studded with red jewels. The medallion sits on a bed of peony flowers on a glass base. The three pieces are detachable.

Display the Double Happiness Plaque in the Southwest (Relationship corner) or on your bedside to attract love luck and marriage luck.

An excellent Feng Shui gift for the newlyweds.

Double Happiness Symbol - this auspicious symbol of marriage luck and potent love charm is created in the form of two Chinese characters placed together; both of these characters mean “happiness”. These two letterings are connected by two parallel lines – this is a representation of an everlasting and blissful bond between couples, as well as the presence of double blessings from the heavens.

In Taoist Feng Shui, the Double Happiness Symbol is believed to be a talisman with the “doubling of excellence” effect. Because there are two figures side by side, it is said that this amplifies the benefits of happiness, success and fortune. This sign is used in many areas; in ancient China, it was engraved repeatedly into the emberor’s bed and ceilings, and today it can be found carved into beds and chairs, as well as sewn, stick or imprinted into Chinese brides traditional dresses and any accessories/tools used during a traditional Chinese matrimonial ceremony one can think of - bedsheets, headboard, teapot and teacups, bedside lamps and so on.

In Feng Shui, this love charm is widely used to create conjugal harmony and to keep the couples together forever. It serves many roles in romance; for those who are single, the Double Happiness Symbol will attract a loyal and desirable partner. For couples who are dating, it will make the relationship more serious to solidify and stabilize it. For those who are already married, this love charm will keep your love alive and revitalized. The Double Happiness Symbol also promotes loyalty, eliminating all outside forces and people which threaten the relationship.

The Peony, also known as the “Mou Tan” in Chinese, is highly revered and regarded as the Queen of all flowers. It is called the “Flower of Riches and Honor”, because of its ability to create both those desires.  In many ancient Chinese texts, the Peony plays a role in the romance of literature – it is for this reason that this fine-looking flower is a mark of feminine grace, romance and affection, and the vitality of young love.

The Peony became a much desired flower in the time of the Tang Dynasty. Before marriage, the grooms family would provide the brides family with the Peony, in the form of a dowry.

The Peony flower also holds huge symbolisms of sexual desire and entrancement. This originates from the tale of Yang Gui Fei, created in the time of the Tang Dynasty. Yang Gui Fei, one of the four most desired women in China, was a beautiful and graceful woman, and was one of the emperor’s most cherished concubines. She had magnificent love-making skills, and it was believed that the Peonies she adorned her quarters and gardens with were the enhancer of this talent. It is for this reason that single women should display the Peony in their bedroom, to attract a faithful and desired man with a lofty libido. It is also useful for bachelors to place in the Southwest sector of their bedrooms, to draw a female mate into their homes. For those who are married, a Peony in the living room or bedroom will rejuvenate your love live and provoke hidden desires.

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