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Golden 8 Auspicious Objects Bowl Set

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0.77 LBS

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Product Description

This gorgeous set of Chinese eating utensils comprises a bowl, a spoon and a pair of chopsticks made of brass and plated in quality shiny gold. The bowl is accented with images of the 8 Auspicious Symbols, this item is perfect for your dining area to attract good fortune and symbolize the luxurious life similar to that of the imperial Chinese emperors, bestowed with all the best things in life

The Eight Auspicious Symbols, aka Ashtamangala, are a group of lucky Buddhist symbols that appear on many Buddhist textiles, objects and paintings. They invite good fortunes to your home, other than material luck, it also brings in spiritual luck into your life so that you will get to enjoy true happiness while having a peace of mind at all times. Each symbol represents an aspect of Buddhist teaching and when they appear together, their powers are said to multiply. The eight Buddhist auspicious symbols consist of a parasol, pair of golden fish, the great treasure vase, a lotus, the right turning conch, the endless knot, the banner of victory and the wheel of dharma.

Besides benefiting from the auspiciousness of these symbols, the Golden 8 Auspicious Objects Bowl Set can also act as a Big Metal to suppress inauspicious energies brought by Earth flying stars such as the #2 illness star and #5 misfortune star. Display it for protection from harm and reap the blessing of all the good things in life.

Check out our vast variety of Oriental Art objects to attract good fortune.

Product Specifications

Material: Brass
Color: Gold Plated
Dimension LxWxH (in/cm): 3.5x3.5x2.0 (Bowl size) / 8.9x8.9x5.1
Weight (lbs/g): 0.77 / 350

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