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Feng Shui Horse on Ingot with Pak Choy

Feng Shui Horse on Ingot with Pak Choy
Feng Shui Horse on Ingot with Pak Choy Feng Shui Horse on Ingot with Pak Choy Feng Shui Horse on Ingot with Pak Choy
US$13.88
SKU: SKU2981 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 450.00g ( 0.99 lbs)
Dim: 3.875x2.5x5.25 in (9.8x6.4x13.3 cm)
Material: Resin

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These symbols represent unending wealth, affluence, prosperity, success and abundance.

A prosperity-symbol packed Horse figurine depicted with a Pak Choy rearing on a bed of gold ingots and coins. It makes the lid of a giant gold ingot decorated with Chinese symbols for "Ushering wealth" flanked by two Chinese Wealth Gods, and on the back of it, the ultimate good fortune feng shui symbol - the dragon. If you are curious why Pak Choy (Bok Choi or Chinese cabbage), it's because the sound of the Chinese word for this vegetable resembles the sound of “hundred kinds of luck”. All in all, all these symbols represent unending wealth, affluence, prosperity, success and abundance. You can fill the Ingot with crystal chips, coins and faux jewels or even your wishes written on a piece of paper.

This horse is a representation of confidence, vitality and success. It symbolizes achieving greater heights and the upwardly-mobile career path. Because the Horses are a symbol of power, endurance and perseverance, they are a highly regarded auspicious symbol in Feng Shui, allowing the beholder to sprint stably through any obstacle in the journey of life.

In Feng Shui, the horse, is a popular figure to display or hang in the home. Paintings and figurines can often be found placed around houses all across Asia. It is a symbol of success, strength, loyalty, conquest, speed, perseverance and confidence.

 

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You can place the Horse figurine in the main areas of your home or workplace. The Horse is best placed in the South sector because its inherent element is fire. When placed in the South corner (Feng Shui Bagua formula) of a room, the Horse is said to best benefit to bring fame, respect, reputation and popularity.

Although you can display this good fortune figurine in any year, it's a very auspicious Feng Shui symbol to have during the year of the Horse 2014, especially during the lunar New Year 2014.

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