Red Door Banner - for 6 Feet Door Frame (Revised)
This traditional styled
handmade door banner is embroidered with the images of the powerful
taoist's Eight Immortals. These powerful immortals will bring
tremendous good luck to all aspects of your life, be it wealth,
health, social, network, love, education and good descendants.
It is also insribed with different and random auspicious chinese
characters such as "wing wah fu kwai" or "kam yuk
moon thong" etc which will connote prosperity, money luck,
opportunities and good luck. At the bottom of the banner is a
stretch of colorful hanging tassels. It is all ready made and
all you need to do is to string your own wire or rope through
the top tunnel to hang it at your door.
Note: Each piece is handmade and uniquely embroidered. This door
banner can be hung with metal wire, thick strings or plastic rods
that can be found at hardware shops. These accessories are not
included with this purchase.
What the Red Cloth or Red Banner
for the maindoor signifies?
The red embroidered door banner or simply
red cloth is a compulsory must-have for all homes, shops and business
premises to increase the feng shui of the main door. It has long
been a chinese custom where families will keep one at home and
hang at their main door during happy occasions or the start of
a new milestone in ones life, such as when they:
1. Move into a new home (displayed for 30 days).
2. Open or start a new shop or business (displayed for 30
3. Celebrate a wedding (displayed for 1 week).
4. Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year (displayed for 30 days).
5. Throw any auspicious party
to celebrate the birth of a new member of the family, wedding
anniversaries or birthday of the elderly (displayed for
Hanging the red banner is considered as fundamentally important
and auspicious. It is never to be missed out for the start of
any important milestone because it invites very lucky energies
into the home when the door's feng shui is outstanding. Some even
hang it permanently to remedy or block away killing breathe (energy
"shar chi"). Some also believe that hanging the red
banner can drive away evil spirits and ghosts.