The Chinese guardian lions from Harrods protect your prosperity for a price


This festive season bring home a pair of lions from Harrods to watch over your riches. Commonly known as Fu Lions or lions of Buddha, these lions have been considered as the traditional symbol of a family’s wealth or social status in China. Harrods offers a chance for people all over the world to own the ornate Chinese guardian lions to flaunt their status as well as protect it too. Priced at £20,000 (about $32,000), a client can order only up to eight lions from the store. And do you think somebody would need more than four pairs? Yeah, what about those who would be possessing more than four mansions and office buildings and keen to buy lions to guard over each of them! Let’s come back to the lions and understand that according to Feng Shui, when facing the entrance the male lion with the globe should be placed on the right with the female on the left. Good luck!
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