Our captivating figurines of the famous Three Star Gods from China, Fu Star, Lu Star and Shou Star (also known as Fuk, Luk and Sau) are a more lighthearted depiction of the powerful trinity. Revered by millions worldwide, our trio of the Three Gods of Wealth figurines are a popular Feng Shui cure for health, wealth and prosperity, and they represent the three most essential aspirations for a good life - health, wealth and happiness.
Also known as The Three Wise Men figurines, or The Three Lucky Immortals figurines, they symbolize the most auspicious gods or deities in Chinese history and are known to attract health, wealth and prosperity to those who keep them and to the environment in which they are placed.
Handcrafted of a deep, Rosewood colored resin this lovely set of the three Feng Shui Gods of Wealth are a most auspicious addition to your home or office and they make a charming and thoughtful gift for a new home, business, or Far East lover and collector. Sold as a set of three figurines - each set includes one of each of the Three Star Gods. Each figurine measures approximately 2 1/2" H - 2 1/2" W - 2 1/2" D.
Sadly, our manufacturer has informed us that they have discontinued these beautiful Chinese Star Gods/immortals. Therefore, whatever we currently have in stock is our FINAL quantity, so place your order today before they're gone forever!
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Fu star, or Fuk, is said to be the personification of the planet Jupiter, which in traditional Chinese astrology was believed to be very auspicious (lucky) and represents good fortune. He is commonly depicted in scholar's dress and holding either a scroll representing knowledge and learning, or a child, which represents the transmission of good luck to future generations.
Lu star, or Luk, is said to be the personification of Ursa Major, the sixth star in the Wenchang cluster in traditional Chinese astronomy. The Chinese character Lu refers to the salary of a government official and he represents prosperity, authority and influence. He is usually depicted in Mandarin dress and holding either a ru yi (sceptre), a symbol of power and authority, or a golden ingot, a popular wealth symbol.
Shou star, or Sau, is said to be the personification of Carinae, or Corina, the star of the South Pole in Chinese astronomy and it is said that he controls the life spans of all the mortals here on earth. Shou Star is customarily depicted with a high, domed forehead and carrying a peach which is the symbol of immortality, or a gourd filled with Elixir of Life.
According to Feng Shui guidelines, Fu Star, Lu Star and Shou Star should always be placed together in a row in a specific order - Fu Star on the left, Lu Star in the center and Shou Star on the right. They should always be placed on a HIGH table or shelf over looking your dining or living room as a mark of honor and to attract happiness, good fortune and long life into your home. They must never be placed low, or on the floor as it is very disrespectful to them, as well as to all deities.
Additionally, they should never be placed in a bedroom or the kitchen, share the same wall as a toilet or bathroom, be placed low facing the dining table as we do not want to eat while the gods drool looking at the food, or facing the main entrance door because we do not want to employ them to guard our door. For protection and support in business, place them high on a shelf behind you in your office to provide protection, support and good fortune.