Gorgeous Feng Shui Ruyi made of colorful liuli glass.
This captivating multi-hued crystal glass is seeing a surge in popularity not only in Asia but also in America and Europe. The procedure of creating Liuli glass is pretty similar to the age-old French glass casting technique known as “pate-de-Verre”. The process of creating Liuli glass is special and very difficult due to several factors with a failure rate of as high as 40%! That’s why Chinese Liu Li art pieces always fetch a higher price. The instability of the molds (which is not reusable) and high firing temperatures required are the two most common reasons determining the success rate of producing a beautiful Liuli artwork. Each piece of Liuli glass is unique as the mixture of colors varies from one to the next.
The Ru Yi, or the “scepter of power”, is one of the most influential Feng shui symbols of authority, leadership, and power. In ancient China, the Ru Yi was used by almost everyone in the Imperial courts and offices, as well as government officials and Dynasty empresses. It was created with precious and beautiful gems, such as jade or gold cloisonné, and has the auspicious symbolism of ease in endeavors as well as good luck in new ventures. The Ru Yi has been held by many important figures in hopes of bringing higher authority and greater power; some of these deities were Tua Peh Kong, Laughing Buddha, and the central figure of the Fuk Luk Sau (3 Star Gods).
The Ruyi is a very useful tool to have when one is in search of greater authority or wishes to be promoted to a higher position in their career. It is a necessity for people such as CEOs, directors, managers, or politicians, all of whom are seeking to climb further up on the ladder of their career. Placing it on a desk in a prominent position is believed to cause the Feng Shui Ru Yi to create a unique chi, which will have the ability to increase career luck, generate respect and recognition, and create a smooth flow in all business ventures embarked upon.