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ROYAL SELANGOR HAND FINISHED 2023 YEAR OF THE RABBIT WEALTH BOWL

Chinese geomancy, or feng shui, holds that to attract good fortune, the display of a generous open bowl, preferably with an element of gold, is prescribed. Our wealth bowl’s wide proportions and gilded rim satisfy these wealth-attracting requirements in elegant fashion.

USD 218.12
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ROYAL SELANGOR HAND FINISHED 2023 YEAR OF THE RABBIT WEALTH BOWL

SKU
K351233
Product Weight
0.62 kg

Chinese geomancy, or feng shui, holds that to attract good fortune, the display of a generous open bowl, preferably with an element of gold, is prescribed. Our wealth bowl’s wide proportions and gilded rim satisfy these wealth-attracting requirements in elegant fashion.

A frisky rabbit lopes across the 24K gilded central medallion of the 2023 edition wealth bowl, surrounded by a frieze of the twelve animals engaged in the Great Race.

A crimson composite resin display stand incised with stylised waves, rocks and clouds is included.

Product Code: 0143017E
Product Dimension: 8cm (H) x 13cm (L) x 13cm (W)
Brand Origin: Malaysia

About the Collection
Folk tales recount the oriental zodiac's origins with the story of the Great Race, called by the deity the Jade Emperor to assign each year in the 12-year cycle an animal in the order they reached him by crossing a river. First past the post was the Rat, then the Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.

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