Brass Fuk Luk Sau

Brass Fuk Luk Sau
Brass Fuk Luk Sau Brass Fuk Luk Sau Brass Fuk Luk Sau
SKU: SKU2053
Weight : 2,500.00g ( 5.51 lbs)
Dim: 3x3.5x7 in (7.6x8.9x17.8 cm)
Material: Brass

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This exquisite set of Fuk Luk Sau is made of brass with high detailings. Perfect for discerning Feng Shui enthusiasts looking for high quality products that will last for generations.

The Three Lucky Immortals, Star Gods, Fu Lu Shou and Fuk Lak Sau are the various names given to the venerated god figures of wealth, good fortune and longevity. They are symbols of the necessary elements for creating an inner balance of harmony. Fuk Lak Sau are a stable presence in a great many Chinese and feng shui practitioner’s homes.

Each god carries a different object with a unique meaning, alluding to their ingredient to the formula for a wonderful and happy life. In combination they radiate good luck, blessings and inner harmony. 

Fuk holds a child in his arms and is portrayed in a scholar’s dress. Fuk is responsible for conferring good descendent luck. His star is associated with the auspicious planet jupiter. Fuk is also sometimes known as Fu which is the character for good luck (also sometimes represented as a bat). 

Luk holds a Ru Yi or revered scepter of authority and respect. He is dressed in the imperial robes of the mandarin. He was known in ancient China as the star god who ruled over success in the famed imperial examinations. Luk is also sometimes represented as ‘Lu’ which specifically is a reference to the salary of a government official. Luk represents authority, prosperity and influence.

Sau cups a peach in his hand, a symbol of youth, beauty and immortality. His star is said to rule over the length of mortal’s lives. Legend says that Sau was in his mother’s womb for ten years before he was born and came into this world already an old man. His high domed forehead is another one of his distinguishing traits and he is usually shown smiling and happy. 


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Makes a fabulous house warming gift

  1. Place the three heavenly gods in important zones or directions within your home to revitalize the chi. Lillian Too recommends showing these figures in a position of utmost respect by placing them prominently on a high stand or table in a main room in front of a solid wall.
  2. Place Fuk Lak Sau in zones of customer interaction like the front desk, head office or cash register. This will invite great luck and prosperity luck.
  3. Place the Fuk Lak Sau facing your dining table to invite a powerful abundance of blessings for all of the members or your family or household. They are believed to ensure that you are never in need and also have sufficient resources to enjoy a happy life.
  4. Display these three star gods on a table higher than three feet in a prominent place in your home as this is said to steer the goals of all members of your family closer to success.
  5. The Star Gods are also useful in the office placed behind you as this is believed to help you earn vital support, appreciation and assistance from those around you.

These gods are not prayed to or displayed on an altar. They are symbolic representations of the auspicious stars and so have a more casual presence than a bodhisattva or revered god. Fu Lu Shou possess a strong yang energy however and so should always be displayed in places of utmost respect and formality, namely NOT the bathroom, bedroom or kitchen. 

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