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Brass Dragon Boat with Eight Lucky Immortals

Feng shui for all purpose, Good luck, Success, Good Health, Happiness, Protection, Wealth, Love, Longevity

This is a beautiful antique look brass dragon boat with eight lucky immortals.

This brass dragon boat measures about 4.4 inches tall, 6.8 inches long, 3.2 inches wide.

The shipping weight is about 1.2 kg. ( including the weight of packing materials )

Chinese Dragon boat ( dragon ship )

In China, it's believed that a sailing ship brings wealth from wind and water.

Many Chinese business people display sailing ship or dragon head sailing ship in their offices or stores for their business success.

Chinese dragon is believed that the most powerful feng shui creature which gives power and attract success.

The combination of a sailing ship and a dragon get stronger power for all kind of success.



Eight immortals

Eight Immortals are a group of legendary xian in Chinese mythology.

Each immortal's power can be transferred to a power tool that can bestow life or destroy evil.

Each of them carry a special auspicious object (used widely in feng shui like wulou, fan, flute, sword etc) and each of them has a special ability.

They help mankind to fulfill the following aspirations of life: wealth luck, recognition luck, reputation and fame, literary luck, military/business sharpness skills, humanity, integrity and discipline.

Inviting them into our homes and workplace would help us in all those areas.



Chuan Chung Li

The leader of the Eight immortals lived in the Chou Dynasty and found the elixir of life.

He holds a magical fan which he uses to revive sick people and the soul of the dead.

Generally shown as a fat man with an exposes tummy, sometimes holding a peach, and carrying his emblem ; the fan used to bring the dead back to life.

He is the symbol of good health, longevity and possesses curative powers. Being the chief of the Eight Immortals he obtained the secrets of elixir in life and powder of transmutation during the Chou dynasty 1122-249B.C.

He is said to visit earth on a Chi Lin very often till today from his heaven realm.

Having his image at home also benefits those who are experiencing bad luck from the Tai Sui (Grand Duke Jupiter).

His direction is the East and element is wood.



Chang Kuo-Lao

The 2nd Immortal is Chang Kuo-Lao.

Seventh-century recluse whoes supernatural powers of magic can render him invisible.

His emblem is the "Yu Ku", a musical instrument shape as a bamboo tube or drum with two mallets to beat it. He carries the bamboo tube (Yu Ku) and can render himself invisible.

He is depicted on a magical horse. He possesses the wisdom of ages and is regarded as a sage who will bestow wisdom on the family patriarch.

He blesses childless couples so that couples can conceive children when placed in bedrooms.

He obtained his supernatural powers in the 7th and 8th century AD and is believed to have assisted those who have passed away to reincarnate into good realms.

The Emperor Ming Huang wished to attract him into his imperial court, but Chung Kuo refused to give up his wandering life. He disappeared and entered immortality apparently without dying.

His direction is the north and is water element.



Lu Dong-Pin ( or Lu Tung Pin )

The 3rd Immortal is Lu Dong-Pin.

A scholar and recluse who learned the secrets of Taoism in AD750 , he attained immortality at the age of fifty.

He is the patron saint of barbers and is worshiped by the sick.

His emblem is the fly-whisk and a sword of supernatural powers is usually hung on his back.

He uses a sword to overcome evil spirits and slice through bad energies caused by bad "chi" energy.

The sword was given to him by a dragon. He travels the world slaying evil creatures.

He also holds the fly whisk which he uses to cure illnesses.

He also blesses scholastic luck to the family. His animal is tiger.

He had lead the world successfully with his sword from various forms of evils for over 400 years and still visits earth until today.

Taoist mediums can communicate with him through meditative means and his image at home will ward off any evil spirits. His direction is West and metal element.

Displaying his image in the home provides protection from those who would harm you.



Tsao Guao-chiu ( or Tsao Kuo Chiu)

The 4th Immortal is Tsao Guao-chiu.

He is a patron saint of the theatrical profession. He was the son of Tsao Pin AD930-999 who was a military commander and the brother of empress Tsao Hou of the Sung Dynasty.

He is believed to still live on earth and blesses one with scholastic luck and protect them from harm.

His emblem is a pair of castanets derived from court tables authorizing access to the palace.

His animal is a horse. He bestows recognition and high ranking authority to the patriarch in the family.

His direction is Northeast and the element is earth.



Tieh Guai Li

The 5th Immortal is Tieh Guai Li.

The beggar who leans on his iron walking stick is extremely proficient in magic.

In his hand he carries a pilgrim's gourd from which a scroll is escaping. This signifies his power to set spirits free from their bodies.

He attained so much proficiency in magic during his life that he was frequently visits the heaven.

When his spirit leaves his body to the heaven, his disciple that he was truly dead and burned his body.

On his return he discovered he had no way to enter back his burnt body and had no choice but to enter into the body of a dead beggar in the woods.

He is therefore always represented as a beggar with iron crutch and a pilgrim's wulou ( gourd) from which a scroll is escaping, emblematic of his power to set his spirit free from the body.

He blesses one who needs money and cure any hard to cure illnesses from anyone sick. His animal is a lion which he used to visit the earth frequently.

His direction is South and the element is fire.



Han Hsian Tzu

The 6th Immortal is Han Hsian Tzu.

The youngest of these immortals has the power to make flowers grow and blossom instantly.

He keeps a profusion of them in a sack that he carries on his back. He studied under Lu Dong Pin and became an immortal himself in AD820.

His emblem is the flute, able to provide six healing sounds and he is the patron saint of musicians. He makes sounds with his flute to attract good chi around him to induce healing energies.

Animals, insects, and plants thrive in his presence.

He wandered around the country playing his flute and attracting birds and beasts of prey by the sweet sound.

Those who love gardens will benefits from having his image in the home.

He is depicted riding on an Ox, a mythical beast. He had mastered the Five Elements and Yin and Yang theories.



Lan Tsai Ho

The 7th Immortal is Lan Tsai Ho.

Probably the strangest of the immortals, she is usually drawn with one foot bare.

She carries a flower basket and she brings luck to young women. Generally being regarded as a woman, she continually chanted a doggerel verse denouncing this fleeting life and its delusive pleasures.

She is the patron saint of the florist. She carries with her flowers of chrysanthemum, peach blossom, pine and bamboo to bless everyone with longevity.

Having her at home brings happiness and beautiful people into your life. She is depicted seated on an elephant. Her direction is Northwest and is metal element.



Ho Hsien Ku

The last immortal is Ho Hsien KU.

Seventh-century daughter of a grocer, she ate the peach of immortality and turned into a fairy.

She carries the holy lotus and fly whisk and who bestows family and marriage luck for the whole family.

She became an immortal in the 7th century AD after eating a peach. She was saved from a demon by Lu Dong Pin during a critical moment in the woods.

Her emblem is the lotus and the fly whisk which represents her purity and power. She is still alive today and blesses people with love, relationship luck and family luck. She assists in house management.

She sits on a deer an excellent symbol of longevity and good fortune.

Her direction is Southwest and her element is earth.

They are depicted traveling on the heaven dragon boat back to heaven, signifying that the deities had succeeded in helping you achieve your ambition, a symbol of success.



Where is the best place to display this dragon boat with eight immortals ?

1. Place it in your living room to ensure success in all areas of your life, leading to fulfillment and abundance. It will help you in your endeavors, help your children in their studies and generate family harmony.

2. For businessmen, place them on a table or cabinet behind you or on your desk to ensure quick success in business pursuits and smooth ride in business transactions. They will invite more business luck to you.

3. Place them in the lucky direction (FU WEI direction ) or flying star#4 location at home to invite literary luck. This position will also help you gain a place in the university and get scholarships.

4. Place them in the warning direction (SHENG CHI) sector to help smooth-en all your pursuits in life and increase your money luck, health luck and love luck.

5. Similarly, you may also place them in the east for family luck and southeast for wealth luck.

6. Also Great to Place it in the vicinity of the entrance door of your office or your home to protect you and your family and bring good luck.

Note: Avoid to place the deities in bedrooms, bathrooms/toilets and kitchen.

For the best utilization of this auspicious item, do make sure that the ship is pointing inwards.

If it is pointing outwards towards a door or window, this may inadvertently spell your wealth being shipped away.



Shipping :

This item will be shipped from China.

The processing time is about 2 to 3 days.

Estimated delivery time to USA will be about 7 to 25 business days, for other countries, it will be about 15 to 35 business days days.

We have these shipping options below.

Please select the shipping option and let us know when you place the order.

* Standard air mail shipping : Free shipping ( to only USA, Australia, New Zealand, West Europe, Russia, Scandinavia ) , Estimated delivery time is about 22 to 33 business days)

* EMS shipping - $34usd ( to USA), $37usd ( West Europe ) , $46usd ( Russia ), $29usd ( Australia/ New Zealand ), $24usd (Japan, Korea ) $17usd ( Taiwan ) ,

Estimated delivery time is about 14 to 26 business days. For other countries, please ask us the shipping fee.

Please select " international shipping " for the shipping option at the check out page.

The shipping fee will be billed later separately if you would like to us to ship by EMS.



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Hi Keiko,

I received the beautiful brass dragons, bronze dragon incense burner and Kuan Yin. They are absolutely beautiful. I paid almost double for a smaller brass dragon from a different company that looks almost childish next to yours.

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I look forward to ordering my Christmas presents from you.

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