8 Emperor Coins Bell - Energy Infused
Color: Gold Coins and Natural Brass Bell
Dimension(in): 2in Bell; 1in Coin; 2x17in Overall
Weight: 180g each
This chime comprises of a Bell and 8 Emperor
Coins. The bell (zhong) means "hitting the mark", while the eight
emperor coins represent "great prosperity". Together, it connotes
the meaning "hitting the mark of great prosperity". The heavy
bell is made from authentic polished brass. The coins are made
from 8 thick gold plated Emperor Coins from the first 8 reigns
of the Ching Dynasty. The 8 Emperor coins is a lucky combination
expressing the sentiment "fatt" which resembles great prosperity.
The number "8" is also the reigning number of Period 8, and therefore
will be the luckiest number in this 20 year cycle. When the period's
luck is tapped, long term prosperity will blossom and you will
never be lack of money throughout the Period 8 until 2024. The
8 Emperor Coins attract wealth luck from the 8 directions; 4 cardinal
and 4 subdirections. At the same time, the metallic hitting of
"metal on metal" within the bell can ward off bad chi,
negative spells and evil influences. All-in-all, this 8 Emperor
Coins Bell is capable of boosting career and wealth luck, with
expectations of abundant wealth and business opportunities. On
equally good note, it can also benefit windfall luck and speculative
luck, especially useful when you are trying your luck on trading
shares and buying lotteries.
Note: This item is energy
infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate
Enchantingly stunning, this 8 Emperor Coins
in glowing gold is made from extraordinarily thick and superb
quality coins. It is like injecting a high dose of quality into
an important emblem of prosperity. A departure from the usual
pieces, this limited edition collectible is finest in craftmanship
and specially made to be tasteful in esthetics. With a super thickness
of 4mm, these newly minted fine quality coins are guaranteed to
be the most unique and beautiful in the market.
Meanwhile, bells have sacred meanings in Feng Shui. They produce
metal energy which can bring wealth, prosperity and abundance.
Bells bring good luck to homes as well as businesses. Bells are
also believed to scare away potentially harmful ghosts and evil
spirits. As a result, you will often spot more familiar small
bells with clappers, physically attached to textiles and other
domestic objects for this purpose. In ancient times, bells could
also be found in the waves of some embroidered rank badges, often
accompanied by scepter, stone chimes and other good luck symbols.
The combination of a bell and scepter on court textiles is a pun
evoking the name of Demon Chaser "Zhong Kui" (Chung Kwei). Since
the chinese word for bell is also a pun on another "zhong" that
means "hitting the mark", bells also represent a successful ending,
"as well as safekeeping".
One may display this bell at the following
1. Display the bell at "chi entry points" such as the
the maindoor, or other doors and windows to neutralize "chi"
at these entry points. This actually enhances wealth, health and
happiness for the household. You can also hang the bell at the
door knob outside your door to announce prosperity and the rolling-in
of good news each time you open the door. This will ensure only
good "chi" enters your house and bad "chi"
gets dissolved at the point of entry.
2. Display this bell at the position of annual Flying Wealth Star
#8. This Wealth Star brings potential windfall, wealth and prosperity.
Eg. comparison between the normal
coin vs our newly minted high quality coin (this photos
shows a bronze colored coin).
Energy infused with Scalar tag
Defect rules built over time: They have high
degree of quality gloss finish. But because they are held by tools
and shaped through machining from blocks , there could be tiny tool
marks or scratches visible under 30cm visual.
Cast brass work experiences high heat process, gas defect, extreme
shrinking and rough process steps, therefore they have "common
irregularities" on their surfaces. They include blisters, bubbles,
shrinkages, cavities, scratch lines, dents, tarnishes, dark spots,
oxides etc. They are NOT considered as faulty and therefore are
non rejectable. Despite obtaining from factories that provide high
brass purity and the best in workmanship that supply only grade
A pieces to us, common irregularities are still unavoidable.