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Brass gold dish-128

Product Number:  CBK240325128


Material: Brass

Size: Diameter: 8.8~9 * H:3cm (±3%)

In ancient times, copper utensils were only used by noble royals or aristocrats, and it gradually became popular later. Even in modern times, many Buddha statues, vajras, and utensils for Buddha are all made of copper, which also represents the auspiciousness and excellence of copper.

This batch of brass utensils has been blessed by Grandmaster JinBodhi, implying that they will have no worries about food and clothing, and at critical moments, they will be a blockbuster!

How to use:
1. Because it is an old item and not new, there may be some scratches or patina, so it has been removed with a cleaning agent. Before use, please wash it several times with dish soap and scald it with hot water.
2. Put it on the Buddhist hall to supply water and rice.
3. Put a few coins in the bowl on the financial position at home.

This product is not new, it may have patina or scratches, and the shape of this style is slightly different, It ships randomly. Please understand before buying.

 


US $128

Availability:In stock

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Material: Brass

Size: Diameter: 8.8~9 * H:3cm (±3%)

Please read the following instructions before purchase:

  1. If you are not familiar with the purchase, please feel free to email us.
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  4. After the order is established, it takes seven working days to ship. Please be patient.
  5. Due to rare items, this product does not provide return or exchange services.
  6. In order to avoid disputes, please take pictures after receiving the package. If it is damaged, please call and write to provide photo files for explanation.

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