• (code: LE-37Y)
  • Suggested retail price US$8.95
  • Size 20 x 14.5 for 14 count white Aida
  • Stitch count 280 x 200
  • A4 size, tri-color chart
  • Chart marked in distinctive symbols and clear instructions
  • Both DMC & Anchor color codes
  • Designed by Rungrat P.

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Chinese Blessing Fishes, Code LE-37Y

A homonym of the Chinese word for surplus, the Carp has always been held in great esteem by the Chinese as a symbol of great wealth, advantage and benefit in business so they are often displayed in the homes of wealthy Chinese. In the ancient Chinese legend, the carp sometimes portrayed with a dragon, referring to a phrase used by the Chinese of old times for man who obtains a high official position: "Carp jumping up to or over the dragon gate". The dragon gate represents "the door to the court". Nowadays, Chinese uses it to congratulate or to compliment one with unusual ability into a good future. When displayed in the home, carp is believed to attract great riches and prosperity for the members of the household. For Feng Shui, this picture should be placed in office, bedroom or living room to enhance wealth and bless the place with abundance.



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