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2022 Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculpture Collection

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 20 May 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins

As summer is well underway across large swathes of the northern hemisphere, the outpouring of sunshine and higher temperatures make for a welcome respite from the winter chill, especially so for agricultural communities around the world. According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, the universal forces of Yin and Yang are further divided into the Four Phenomena, which are associated with different spheres of life. In Imperial Feng Shui, summer represents the Major Yang, which governs an individual’s direct wealth capacity (正财库). 

In Imperial Feng Shui studies, each property encompasses five important sectors. The proper activation of such sectors promotes the flow of energy within each property, enhancing its occupants’ welfare, prosperity and prospects to achieve successes and breakthroughs in their careers, businesses and investment ventures. 

These five sectors are:

  1. Direct Wealth Sector
  2. Indirect Wealth Sector
  3. Benefactor Sector
  4. Indirect Benefactor Sector
  5. Authority Sector

Direct Wealth Sectors
The Direct Wealth Sector (正财位) of a property governs an individual’s primary source of income. For most, this primary source of income typically includes their careers, businesses or sales, but for full-time investment traders, the income gained from investments is considered their primary source of income.

During the Qing Dynasty, Emperor Qian Long’s team of esteemed Imperial Feng Shui masters had uncovered the major role that Agarwood played in maintaining an optimal balance of Major Yang, and its abilities to supercharge an individual’s direct wealth capacity. With its close ties to the Major Yang, the summer season marks the most opportune time to harness Agarwood’s inherent Imperial Feng Shui prowess.

Raw Agarwood

Importance of Activating the Direct Wealth Sector

Where Imperial Harvest-grade crystals strategically activate the direct wealth sector of a property, Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculptures complement them perfectly. When installed alongside Imperial Harvest crystals, the agarwood sculptures enhance the potency of the activated direct wealth sector. Together, this formidable pair of Imperial Harvest treasures intensely supercharge the direct wealth capacities of their destined owners. 

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Wealth capacity refers to the amount of wealth that an individual is able to accumulate in their lifetime. Proper analysis of an individual’s wealth capacity can aid in determining their financial limitations, as well as the personal income derived from financial opportunities that present themselves.

Individuals that have activated direct wealth sectors are able to encounter many different opportunities in their life but may find that these opportunities are not expansive. A limited wealth capacity brings adverse implications, such as experiencing fluctuations in career and business performances, missing out on major opportunities and limited benefactor support. Maximising the direct wealth sector is, therefore, paramount in achieving your greatest goals and aspirations.

Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculpture Collection

Agarwood refers to the dark, rich and aromatic resin formed by Aquilaria trees, and the irregularity at which the resin is formed within each wood indicates that encountering a piece of raw Agarwood that is suitable to be shaped into a sculpture is exceptionally rare. The intricacy and level of detail achieved in each Imperial Harvest Guan Yin Agarwood Sculpture are a testament to the multi-generational lineage of artisanal carving expertise boasted by Imperial Harvest’s team of master artisans. 

As one of the most influential and widely beloved deities in the Buddhist pantheon, Guan Yin holds immense cultural and religious significance in Chinese culture. Across Southeast Asia, she is the most renowned manifestation of the Goddess of Mercy, the spiritual embodiment of grace, mercy and compassion. 

Meticulously rendering the most intricate details in varying degrees of relief on the surface of Agarwood, breathing life into these contemporary depictions of Guan Yin. Their immaculate craftsmanship conveys her benevolence and blessings to the destined owners of these exquisite Imperial Feng Shui treasures.

The melding of these highly auspicious emblems of prosperity, along with Agarwood’s direct wealth-enhancing properties forms the pinnacle of Imperial Feng Shui tradition, staying true to Imperial Harvest’s time-honoured traditions, while deftly navigating between classic and contemporary aesthetics. 

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Guan Yin Agarwood Sculpture 3981

Wealth Commanding Sword

Wealth Commanding Sword

Granting influence and authority to its destined owner, the Wealth Commanding Sword is an unparalleled emblem of prosperity in the hands of Guan Yin. With influence and authority, this Agarwood Sculpture empowers its destined owner to rise to the top echelons of their careers and industries, becoming leading authorities in their respective fields.

Lotus Blossom

Lotus Blossom

Guan Yin is frequently featured with a lotus blossom, an auspicious emblem that has become synonymous with her virtues of purity, wisdom and enlightenment. The lotus blossom is symbolic of Guan Yin’s unyielding passion to aid her devotees and bestow them with immense luck. 

Agarwood Beads

Agarwood Beads

Given its centrality to Guan Yin’s identity, she is often depicted with a necklace or rosary of Agarwood Beads. She is said to have used this exquisite Imperial Feng Shui treasure while invoking divine powers to aid in her endeavours to better humanity.

Imperial Dragon

Imperial Dragon

Often invoked to bestow a spirit of personal growth, wisdom and foresight upon individuals, the imperial dragons depicted flanking Guan Yin in this Agarwood sculpture reflect the values similarly bestowed by the Goddess of Mercy. Together, these emblematic figures inspire their destined owner with good fortune, inspiring them to triumph over their adversities and ascend to greater heights.

Guan Yin’s Bow

Guan Yin's Bow

Guan Yin’s bow is a symbol of intense concentration that bestows foresight and intelligence upon her devotees, empowering them to achieve breakthroughs and advances in their careers and industries.

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Guan Yin Agarwood Sculpture 3982

Wealth Commanding Sword

Wealth Commanding Sword

Similarly to the previous Agarwood sculpture highlighted in this article, this sculpture features the Wealth Commanding Sword, inspiring its destined owner to excel in their career and business pursuits. 

Obstacle Sundering Axe

Obstacle Sundering Axe

In the hands of Guan Yin, the Obstacle Sundering Axe removes the obstacles and malefactors hindering its destined owner, enabling them to enjoy smooth-sailing journeys in their career and business endeavours. 

Sun and Moon Disc

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A physical representation of Guan Yin shedding light and clarity over darkness, the Sun and Moon disc illuminates the path to success for her devotees, empowering them with the focus and insight necessary to achieve their greatest goals.

Treasure Binding Rope

Treasure Binding Rope

Wielding the Treasure Binding Rope, Guan Yin removes the obstacles that hinder her devotees’ financial success. It secures lucrative business and investment opportunities, as well as garners powerful and strategic supporting benefactors in overcoming any challenges and adversities.

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Guan Yin Agarwood Sculpture 3984

Bamboo Grove

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Serving as the backdrop to this exquisite Agarwood sculpture, this lush bamboo grove draws on bamboo’s continuous growth and resilience. Its flexibility allows it to weather the harshest conditions, which is symbolic of enduring success, longevity, and strength in face of adversity. It bestows wisdom upon individuals, empowering them with the wisdom and the strategic acumen necessary to succeed in business. 

Wish Fulfilling Jewel

 

Wish Fulfilling Jewel

The omnipotent wish fulfilling jewel blesses its destined owner with good health and blissful and harmonious relationships. In Guan Yin’s hands, this formidable emblem manifests the greatest aspirations of its destined owner, aiding them in achieving great milestones in their careers and businesses.

Ruyi Scepter

Ruyi Scepter

According to ancient Chinese traditions, the Ruyi Scepter was a ceremonial artefact often seen as an emblem of wealth, power, authority and good fortune. It is one of the eight symbols of good fortune in Buddhist folklore. With the Ruyi Scepter in hand, Guan Yin fosters the goals and aspirations of its destined owner, aiding them in securing attractive prospects which lead to monumental breakthroughs. 

Buddha Crown 

Buddha Crown

In this sculpture, Guan Yin dons the Buddha Crown — a symbol of her infinite wisdom and authority. This powerful emblem imparts its destined owner with wise, and thoughtful decision-making skills, empowering them with clarity and thoughtful insight to achieve their goals and aspirations. 

Welcome Mangzhong with Imperial Harvest — a time of auspicious blessings and direct wealth expansion. Leverage the season of the major yang with the Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculpture collection. 


 Imperial Harvest’s expert consultants are on hand to guide you on your journey, and help you to forge your desired destinies to realise your fullest potential. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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Master David's Selections - Exquisite Jadeite

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 13 May 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

The period of Mangzhong (芒种) is fast approaching. In the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar, this refers to the ninth of the 24 solar terms in each year, when the sun aligns with the celestial longitude of 75 degrees. This year, Mangzhong begins on 6 June, and persists for a couple of weeks before transiting to Xiazhi (夏至), or the peak of summer, on 21 June. 

Mangzhong in China

Across numerous agricultural societies in dynastic Chinese history, Mangzhong was celebrated for its significance as a time for seed sowing. Indeed, for the many farmers whose fortunes depended heavily on the flourishing of their crops, Mangzhong’s abundant rainfall and optimal temperatures that encouraged sprouting were a godsend. Over time, farmers came to take advantage of the weather conditions that arose around the Mangzhong period, planting a variety of seeds in preparation for future harvests. 

Farming during Mangzhong

Among these agricultural communities, the sowing of seeds was invariably seen as an endeavour of hopeful optimism. Farmers tirelessly toiled on their lands, carefully dropping seed after seed, while holding faithfully onto the promise of the bounties to arrive later in the year. Symbolically, these acts of striving for future rewards mirror the steps often taken towards the achievement of broader success.

In the context of Imperial Feng Shui, one of the primary determiners of one’s accomplishments is personal luck. Good luck involves being at the right place, at the right time, meeting the right people and doing the right things. Consistently experiencing good luck empowers one to forge one’s own destiny and fulfil one’s unlimited human potential. Given its all-encompassing influence, luck is commonly perceived to form the foundation for boundless success.

In a nod to the far-reaching importance of personal luck, one of the very first steps in galvanising a journey of success at Imperial Harvest involves actively creating a state of consistent good luck. This is accomplished primarily through the Imperial Harvest collections of fine jadeite pendants. 

Jadeite Pendant from Qing Dynasty

The luck-enhancing properties of fine jadeite pendants are themselves cherished tenets of the Imperial Feng Shui tradition. Centuries ago, Imperial Feng Shui masters of the Qing dynasty undertook rigorous scholarly studies of the discipline, yielding many important discoveries that came to form the groundwork for contemporary Imperial Feng Shui. One of their most significant findings is the ability of fine jadeite pendants to optimally balance the major yin — one of four cosmic phenomena that are present in every individual to varying extents. As the major yin directly governs one’s personal luck, carefully regulating its presence within oneself is the single most important factor behind creating a state of consistent good luck. 

Major Yin

Today, these venerable principles live on at Imperial Harvest. In homage to the eminence of these scholarly Qing dynasty Imperial Feng Shui masters, fine jadeite pendants are the primary tools employed to enhance the personal luck of every blessed client. These earthly treasures are first sourced from reputable Burmese mines through a rigorous and highly-selective process, before being handcrafted assiduously from the highest grades of natural raw jadeite boulders by Imperial Harvest gemstone artisans.

Imperial Dragon Exquisite Jadeite Pendant EK1992

In this upcoming Mangzhong period, Master David curates a series of seasonal exquisite jadeite pendants — the topmost tier of jadeite pendants which supercharge the personal luck of destined wearers by leaps and bounds.

As far back as the 18th century, exquisite jadeites have been known to occupy a special place in the Chinese imperial palace. While all jadeites have long been treasured as symbols of status, spirituality and health, the rarefied beauty of this hallowed gem made it the most highly prized by the emperor and court officials. Indeed, the luminous finish and lucid glass-like translucence of exquisite jadeites make them a sight to behold. Throughout Chinese dynastic history, they were reserved for the emperor and royal members of his family, who enjoyed unfettered exclusive access to this veritable earthly treasure. 

Imperial Harvest Exquisite Jadeites

The immense prestige of imperial exquisite jadeites is now brought to life at Imperial Harvest, where Master David and his team work tirelessly to replicate the unrivalled splendour of this revered gem. 

Reflecting the traditional exclusivity of exquisite jadeites, every Imperial Harvest exquisite jadeite pendant is one-of-a-kind. Each traces its genesis from the depths of Master David’s sketchbook, where it gradually takes its form from his inspired appreciation of Imperial Feng Shui and its cultural history. Every mythical creature and deity that features in Imperial Harvest treasures bears great significance in the development of this ancient art, and Master David imbues his sketches with the profound virtues of each of these tropes.

The outlines are then passed on to Imperial Harvest gemstone artisans, who cut and carve according to Master David’s enlightened vision. Each artisan is armed with an illustrious multigenerational lineage of gemstone artistry, and applies time-honoured techniques and tools to every Imperial Harvest treasure. With their impeccable craftsmanship, the intrinsic allure of each exquisite jadeite is amplified and unleashed. 

Grand Wealth God Exquisite Jadeite Pendant EJ2590

Laughing Buddha Exquisite Jadeite Pendant EJ3682

Royal Phoenix Exquisite Jadeite Pendant EJ3683

Legendary Qilin Exquisite Jadeite Pendant EJ3689

Mirroring their prestige in dynastic China, exquisite jadeites are also held in great regard in contemporary Imperial Feng Shui. Apart from their innate ravishing beauty, the rarity of these earthly gems truly sets them apart from other jadeite treasures.

The magnitude of influence of exquisite jadeites in imperial China is also highly noteworthy, with these treasures widely credited for providing the impetus behind the supreme luck enjoyed by successive generations of emperors during the Qing dynasty - the golden age of Chinese dynastic history. This makes them highly coveted by Imperial Feng Shui connoisseurs looking to replicate and relive the illustrious conquests of this era. 

Just as agriculturalists dutifully sowed their seeds during the Mangzhong period for a bountiful harvest, it is a highly auspicious season to actively amplify one’s personal luck - the basic building block of success. This Mangzhong, Imperial Harvest commemorates the auspicious time of new beginnings, growth and breakthroughs with Master David’s specially-curated seasonal exquisite jadeite collection. Bearing the signature spectacular sheen of exquisite jadeites, each treasure invariably catches the eye and captures the heart, forming a masterpiece of supreme personal luck for generations to come.


With Mangzhong quickly approaching in June, take this opportunity to supercharge your personal luck and pave the way for boundless success. Imperial Harvest’s expert consultants are on hand to guide you on your journey, and help you to forge your desired destinies to realise your fullest potential. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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The Complete Guide to Imperial Harvest Agarwood

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 06 May 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins

Agarwood is known as the “Wood of the Gods” — with an allure that has captivated a multitude of cultures and religions throughout history. Reverence for this precious commodity is evident in ancient texts dating back as early as 1400 B.C. Today, Agarwood stands as one of the most expensive raw materials in the world, with certain variations of Agarwood fetching as much as USD$10 million per kilogram.

Raw Agarwood
Native to the dense forests of Southeast Asia, Agarwood is formed in the heartwood of Aquilaria trees as a defensive reaction to its exposure to Agarwood-forming fungi. Damage to the tree’s bark by external forces, such as from grazing animals or insects, is the catalyst with which the tree produces its signature dark and aromatic resin. This exquisite resin is slowly embedded in the tree’s heartwood to form its treasured Agarwood deposits.

The scarcity of natural Agarwood trees has made Imperial Harvest-grade Agarwood one of the most sought-after treasures in the world, prized for its exquisite fragrance, elegant appearance and Imperial Feng Shui qualities.

Agarwood in Imperial Feng Shui

Imperial Feng Shui principles dictate that the universal focus of Yin and Yang are further divided into the Four Phenomena. The Four Phenomena are tied to different spheres of life, with the Major Yang governing an individual’s direct wealth capacity (正财库).

Direct wealth capacity refers to the income potential that is derived from an individual’s regular sources of income such as their career progressions, business dealings and sales profits. For full-time traders, their source of direct wealth stems from their investment and stock dealings. 

Wealth capacity is a fascinating subject in Imperial Feng Shui studies, referring to the amount of wealth that an individual is able to amass in their lifetime. Analysis of a person’s wealth capacity can help to determine their financial limitations, as well as income potential derived from the financial opportunities that present themselves. Individuals that are in good luck cycles, but have limited wealth capacities may find themselves in a situation where they excel in their careers but do poorly in their financial situations.

The implications of a limited wealth capacity are far-reaching. It brings implications such as fluctuations in work and business performances, missing out on major opportunities and having limited benefactors. Therefore, maximising your direct wealth capacity is paramount in achieving goals and aspirations. 

Imperial Harvest Agarwood

Seminal discoveries made by Emperor Qian Long’s team of esteemed Imperial Feng Shui masters had undergone years of meticulous research and development, uncovering the role of Agarwood in maintaining an optimal balance of the Major Yang. 

Emperor Qian Long
A major proponent of Emperor Qian Long’s extensive collection of Imperial Feng Shui treasures was Agarwood. A capable and cultured monarch, Emperor Qian Long led China into its most splendid and prosperous golden age, enjoying an age of tremendous wealth, harmony and prosperity under his reign. Emperor Qian Long held the Imperial Feng Shui prowess of Agarwood in high regard, attributing this formidable treasure to his success.

Supercharging the direct wealth capacities of our esteemed clients, the Imperial Harvest Agarwood treasures accelerate growth in the careers and businesses of its blessed owners, multiplying career and business income several-fold. With tremendous support from leading benefactors and mentors in our clients’ respective industries, the Agarwood collection empowers individuals to secure strategic opportunities, and triumph at the pinnacle of their industries.

Fallen Log Agarwood (Purple Meat)

Fallen Log Agarwood

Purple Meat Agarwood Bead

Fallen Log Agarwood (Purple Meat) derives its name from the way it is formed — the fallen Aquilaria log undergoes its ageing process above ground over a period of at least 200 to 250 years. The rich Agarwood resins formed during this process accumulates in the wood of the Aquilaria log, forming its signature purplish hues. 

Tiger-striped Agarwood

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Tiger Striped Agarwood Bead

Over the course of no less than 300 years, the Tiger-striped Agarwood undergoes its ageing process as it is half-buried in the ground. This unique position of the felled log leads to thick stripes of variegated Agarwood resin being formed across the wood. These Agarwood deposits resemble a tiger’s stripes, giving the Tiger-striped Agarwood its moniker.

Red Earth Agarwood

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Red Earth Agarwood Bead

Spending no less than 500 years buried in moist, iron deposit-rich soil, Red Earth Agarwood is exceptionally rare. The soil provides an optimal environment for Agarwood fungi to flourish, endowing this variation with its signature reddish hue. Natural Red Earth Agarwood is a rarity — a remarkably rare discovery due to the fallen Agarwood log being buried underground for several centuries.

Dark Earth Agarwood

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Dark Earth Agarwood Bead

Deriving its name from its dark and intense colour, Dark Earth Agarwood is formed when the fallen Aquilaria log is buried in soil that contains a myriad of complex minerals. Dark Earth Agarood ages for a duration of no less than 800 years, the rich soil minerals contribute to the dark and intense colouring that characterises this premium grade of Agarwood.

Near Sinking Agarwood

Near Sinking Agarwood

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One of the finest tiers of Agarwood worldwide, Near Sinking Agarwood was reserved for circles of high nobility, particularly for members of China’s ruling elite. Undergoing an ageing process that spans at least a millennia-long, the density of Agarwood resins formed in this exquisite variation causes it to partially sink when submerged in water. The resin is evenly distributed across each bead, giving the Near Sinking Agarwood an elegant appearance.

Full Sinking Agarwood

Full Sinking Agarwood

Full Sinking Agarwood Bead

The most premium grade of Agarwood offered at Imperial Harvest is the Full Sinking Agarwood. As its name suggests, this variation sinks completely when submerged in water. Its ageing process spans several millennia, allowing the Full Sinking Agarwood to develop an intense, rich and dark resin.

Across the annals of Chinese history, the Full Sinking Agarwood has been coveted for its Imperial Feng Shui properties, elegant appearance and unique fragrance. Owing to its rarity, this exclusive tier of Agarwood was strictly reserved for the Chinese royalty and members of the ruling elite.

The Imperial Harvest Promise

Imperial Harvest’s Agarwood treasures are like fingerprints — each boasting distinguishing characteristics, unique with distinct colouration and resin patterns.

Densely accumulated within each Agarwood treasure, the rich resin increases the inherent density of this eminent Imperial Feng Shui treasure, contributing to a unique ability to sink when submerged in water. 98% of Agarwood floats in water — much like other woods, leaving a small proportion with dense enough resin to sink in water.

Full Sinking Agarwood Bead

Imperial Harvest boasts only the finest quality Agarwood, where its intrinsic resin is rich and dense. As the density of Agarwood resin affects the degree to which it sinks, we can determine this unique quality through a simple sinking test. Imperial Harvest offers the top 0.1% quality of Agarwood, where each specimen is at least partially submerged or fully submerged when introduced to water.

Agarwood Clasp Model Shot

Bearing the Imperial Harvest emblem, this handcrafted series of Agarwood charms seamlessly enhances, and complements the personal wearable Agarwood treasures in Imperial Harvest’s collections. Patented in Singapore and designed with a contemporary outlook, the gleaming sheen of the Agarwood charms balances the more muted appearance of Imperial Harvest’s Agarwood beads — achieving a contrasting, yet visually harmonious matte and mirror finish.

Agarwood Charm Model Shot

Created from a proprietary blend of gold, copper and silver, the 18K Agarwood charms exude a signature, inimitable blush-pink hue. Each piece features a unique serial number, serving as an affirmation of all that the brand embodies in terms of technical excellence and craftsmanship.

Craftsmanship

The superlative elegance of each Imperial Harvest Agarwood is the result of strict adherence to the highest quality control standards established by Master David, combined with a series of precise design specifications.

Imperial Harvest remains committed to featuring only the most exquisite Agarwood in our collections and works closely with our team of master artisans. Our artisans boast a wealth of expertise in their craft, working with precision to unleash the rich resin of each Agarwood treasure. Every bead is handcrafted and manually polished, taking up to a year to create an Imperial Harvest Agarwood treasure worthy of the Imperial Harvest name.


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2022 Exclusive Launch: Imperial Harvest Sandalwood Zhong Kui

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 06 May 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

A prominent and influential figure in Chinese culture and mythology, Zhong Kui is widely regarded as the Windfall God of Wealth.

As the Windfall God of Wealth, Zhong Kui aids his devotees to achieve monumental financial breakthroughs, guiding them in reaching their greatest goals and aspirations. With his influence, he removes malefactors and obstacles, in turn creating valuable opportunities for his devotees in their journeys towards financial success.

Zhong Kui

Indirect wealth capacity (偏财库), also referred to as windfall wealth, is the income that is derived from investments, trading portfolios and other infrequent sources of income. The sizeable, yet unexpected nature of windfall wealth often brings explosive returns, aiding Imperial Harvest’s blessed clients in accumulating their assets.

The Imperial Feng Shui masters serving the Qing imperial court had revealed that Imperial Harvest-grade Sandalwood balanced the minor yin (少阴), which governed an individual’s indirect wealth capacity. This seminal discovery was exemplified by the Chinese imperial families, who were known to don beads and pendants of sandalwood to positively influence their good fortune and indirect wealth capacities.

For the first time, Master David melds both powerful indirect wealth elements into a single Imperial Harvest treasure — making for a treasure that ushers countless prosperous blessings to its destined owner. 

Savoir Faire

Each Sandalwood treasure that bears the Imperial Harvest name is derived from India Old Mountain Sandalwood trees at least 80 years of age. The logged Sandalwood is left to ferment, with the Black Meat variation of Sandalwood undergoing a lengthy fermentation period that stretches beyond 30 years. This rarity makes it the most prestigious and sought-after variation of sandalwood. It is dedicated to those who seek wealth and success in their financial portfolios. 

Imperial Harvest’s team of master artisans bring this unique Imperial Feng Shui treasure to life, rendering the most intricate details in varying levels of relief. Each artisan wields a wealth of multi-generational expertise in their craft, and remains committed to achieving the highest echelons of craftsmanship. Meticulously hand-crafting and manually polishing each piece of Sandalwood to perfection, the likeness of Zhong Kui is immortalised in exquisite Sandalwood, fully unleashing its formidable properties. 

Sandalwood Zhong Kui

Each Imperial Harvest Sandalwood (Black Meat) Zhong Kui features a unique serial number engraved alongside the Imperial Harvest seal, a testament to our relentless pursuit of perfection. The Imperial Harvest seal serves as an affirmation of all that the brand embodies in terms of technical excellence, Imperial Feng Shui prowess and design originality. 

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Potent Wealth Features

Sword of Opportunity

Sword of Opportunity

An unparalleled weapon of prosperity in the hands of Zhong Kui, the Sword of Opportunity commands massive influence for its destined owner, capturing transformational life opportunities and pivotal milestones in their journeys. 

Zhong Kui is depicted wielding the Sword of Opportunity, expunging unwanted malefactors from his devotees’ paths to success. Through this, the Windfall God of Wealth creates golden opportunities for his devotees, as well as guides them on their journeys towards their ultimate goals and aspirations. 

Benefactor Summoning Fan

Benefactor Summoning Fan

The history of the Chinese fan dates back to over 3000 years ago, around the Shang dynasty (1600 – 1046 BCE), and became symbols of wealth, authority and wisdom. 

The Benefactor Summoning Fan that Zhong Kui wields is designed to summon benefactor support from all trades and industries, expanding on its destined owner’s strategic networks. It expands on their strategic networks, fostering the development of new opportunities and sources of income. This valuable benefactor support guides the destined owner upwards on the corporate ladder, and towards resounding success.

Treasure Trove with Gold Ingot

Treasure Trove with Gold Ingot

A treasure in ancient Chinese folklore, the Wealth Garnering Pot (聚宝盆) is a prominent symbol of prosperity in Chinese culture. As a potent wealth amplifier, the Treasure Trove not only retains its destined owners’ wealth, but grows and accumulates it — allowing them to maximise their greatest potential.

According to legend, the Treasure Trove was a mythical pot discovered by Shen Wan San (沈万三), one of the wealthiest and most successful businessmen in the Ming dynasty. By multiplying his wealth and success, Shen Wan San’s success solidified the legacy of the Treasure Trove as a figure of prosperity.

Overflowing with wealth, the Treasure Trove holds numerous gold ingots — synonymous with wealth and prosperity. Fostering the entrepreneurs’ intuitive sense, the gold ingots inspire them to discern and identify the right trends and act decisively on opportunities that present themselves. It attracts powerful benefactors and mentors, propelling its destined owners to reach new heights and breakthroughs.

Official Launch

Master David commissioned 38 limited edition Imperial Harvest Sandalwood (Black Meat) Zhong Kui treasures, each carved following his creative vision by Imperial Harvest’s master artisans. 


Simply reach out to your dedicated Imperial Harvest consultants to set up your exclusive viewing appointment! Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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An Introduction to Lixia (立夏)

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 29 April 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 3 min

Signifying the passing of spring, the arrival of Lixia (立夏) denotes the advent of the summer season in traditional Chinese culture. It is the seventh out of the 24 solar terms that constitute the Chinese lunar calendar, and marks the period when the sun falls between the celestial longitudes of 45° and 60°. This year, Lixia will span between 5 May and 21 May.

Lixia in China

In many parts of the northern hemisphere, Lixia brings a characteristic rise in temperatures, as well as a remarkable increase in rainfall and thunderstorms. These environmental changes and weather conditions proved highly favourable for crop growth, bringing them into their peak season of growth.

Imperial Traditions of Lixia

Given the centrality of agriculture in ancient Chinese societies, Lixia has long since enjoyed illustrious importance in Chinese culture, particularly amongst rural farming communities. Around this period, farmers focused their attention on their agricultural endeavours as they stepped into their busiest season, additionally symbolising Lixia with the dawn of immense growth and new beginnings.

These farming communities highly anticipated the weather changes that Lixia brought, marking a period of festivity and lending to Lixia’s regard as a period of great importance that was analogous to abundance, auspiciousness and achievement.

Behind the gates of the Imperial Palace, the arrival of summer was seen with equal anticipation. Historically, Lixia held great cultural significance from as early as the Zhou dynasty (from 1046 to 256 B.C.). To greet the beginning of the season, it was tradition for Chinese emperors to don red ceremonial robes — an auspicious colour in hope of an auspicious harvest — and lead their court to welcome the beginning of a new season. With great emphasis on agricultural activities at this time, the emperor would honour the efforts of the farmers in ensuring the continued prosperity of the empire, praying for good fortune and favourable weather conditions.

Lixia celebration in China

Summer and Major Yang 

According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, four phenomena comprise the contrasting, yet complimentary universal forces of yin and yang. These same principles declare that the season of summer is closely associated with the major yang, which governs an individual’s direct wealth capacity (正财库). 

Imperial Feng Shui principles

Direct wealth capacity refers to the income potential that is derived from regular sources of income, such as career progression, business dealings and sales. For example, if you happen to be a full-time trader, trading is deemed as your direct source of wealth. 

Agarwood Collections

Native to the lush forests of Southeast Asia, Agarwood refers to the rich, dark resin that forms in the Aquilaria tree after its exposure to a specific type of mould. This process brings about one of the most sought-after treasures worldwide, coveted not only for its exquisite fragrance and elegant appearance but also for its inherent Imperial Feng Shui properties. 

During the Qing dynasty, the Imperial Feng Shui masters serving in Emperor Qian Long’s imperial court went through years of meticulous research and development, eventually unveiling the role of Imperial Harvest-grade Agarwood in maintaining an optimal balance of an individual’s major yang. Today, Imperial Harvest holds to these seminal findings and harnesses Agarwood’s intense properties to boost the direct wealth capacities of our esteemed clients.

Agarwood Bead Bracelet with clasp

Imperial Harvest-grade Agarwood has since been harnessed by countless clients, drawing from its positive influence on direct wealth capacity. Imperial Harvest’s Agarwood collections inspire monumental growths in the career and business pursuits of its destined owners, multiplying their income several-fold. Harnessing its effects gains tremendous support from powerful benefactors and mentors, working to secure lucrative, high-growth opportunities.

Agarwood Bead Bracelet with clasp modelled

Exquisite Jadeites

Traditionally the gemstone of choice in ancient China, jadeite’s allure has played a consequential role in China’s dynastic history. Prized in circles of high nobility and reflective of its exalted status, jadeite treasures adorned Chinese royalty and members of the ruling elite. During the Qing dynasty, Emperor Qian Long amassed a magnificent collection of rare Exquisite Jadeite treasures during his prosperous reign.

Imperial Harvest’s Exquisite Jadeite collections consist of only the finest Grade-A jadeites sourced from reputable mines in Myanmar. Its distinction lies within the raw boulders of jadeite itself, with each of Imperial Harvest’s Exquisite Jadeite treasures being hewn from the cores of these large jadeite boulders where its Imperial Feng Shui energies are most condensed and intense.

This natural exclusivity denotes that Imperial Harvest’s Exquisite Jadeite collections feature unique and one-of-a-kind works. Their detailed design elements are masterfully captured by our master artisans, who wield a wealth of multi-generational expertise in their craft. Melding time-honoured techniques with the introduction of cutting-edge technology, our Exquisite Jadeite treasures boast a most luminous, illustrious and vibrant sheen — achieving Master David’s inspired vision for contemporary jadeite treasures. 

Pixiu

Exquisite Jadeite Pixiu

Widely regarded as a creature bringing prosperity, the Pixiu of legend maintained a voracious appetite for wealth, gold and riches — storing this limitless collection within its body. As such, the Pixiu came to be known as an auspicious symbol that attracted wealth and simultaneously prevented an inauspicious outflow of it.

Created in the image of the mythical Pixiu, the Imperial Harvest Exquisite Jadeite Pixiu draws from its ability to accumulate wealth from all directions, aiding its destined owners in building their wealth and resources from both direct and indirect sources of income.

Golden Toad

Exquisite Jadeite Golden Toad

According to Chinese mythology, the Golden Toad, also known as the money toad (金蟾), is an auspicious symbol of prosperity known to enhance an individual’s wealth luck. Ushering in an abundance of wealth and abundance, the Golden Toad stands as a prominent symbol of prosperity in Chinese culture.

The Golden Toad simultaneously attracts wealth while also protecting your existing assets from potential misfortunes, bringing a constant flow of wealth and opportunities. Captured in jadeite alongside the Golden Toad is a lotus, additionally bestowing its destined owner with a powerful intuitive sense, inspiring triumph over one’s obstacles.

Dragon

Exquisite Jadeite Dragon

A creature of immense significance in Chinese culture, the legendary Dragon is highly revered as a most auspicious emblem of wealth and authority. The Dragon is known to emit powerful auspicious energies, and is commonly invoked to bestow a spirit of personal growth, good fortune, wisdom and foresight upon individuals.

Exquisite Jadeite Dragon

In doing so, the Dragon inspires its destined owners to usher in prosperity and strategic opportunities, enabling them to soar to greater heights in their pursuits. 

Imperial Harvest Welcomes Lixia

The prosperous solar term of Lixia heralds a season exemplified by abundance and remarkable achievements. The arrival of summer brings with it a time of auspicious blessings, along with direct wealth expansion.


This Lixia, learn how to enhance your direct wealth capacities and achieve greater heights of prosperity. Imperial Harvest’s expert consultants are on hand to guide you on your journey, and help you to forge your desired destinies to realise your fullest potential. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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Introducing Imperial Harvest’s Mark of Excellence

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 22 April 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 3 min

Since inception, Imperial Harvest has stayed true to the rich Imperial Feng Shui heritage upon which it was built. From the luxurious galleries that cocoon every blessed client in contemporary comfort to the exquisitely handcrafted treasures that embody the finest in Imperial Feng Shui, every minute detail bears testament to a relentless pursuit of perfection. 

The signature seal of the Imperial Harvest brand has come to be recognised by discerning clients as a mark of distinguished merit. Bearing a stylised rendition of the Imperial Harvest name in Chinese characters, it hearkens back to the genesis of the Imperial Feng Shui tradition — as it was practised centuries ago in Chinese dynastic history.Imperial Harvest LogoThe trifecta of auspicious Chinese characters encapsulates Imperial Harvest’s enduring adherence to the fundamental principles of Imperial Feng Shui. “御” (yu), meaning royalty, pays homage to the Imperial Feng Shui roots that stem from the inner sanctums of the Qing imperial court. “鼎” (ding) refers to the ancient Chinese cauldrons used for ritualistic offerings to Heaven, as part of ​​religious rites conducted at the Temple of Heaven. These auspicious rites were conducted by the Emperor, as he performed his role as the Son of Heaven. “豐” (feng), or bountiful harvest, captures the essence and spirit of the Temple of Heaven, where Emperors prayed for good harvests and continued prosperity for their people.

Reflecting the Imperial Harvest spirit of innovation and improvement, the earthly treasures that have empowered generations of blessed clients to soaring success are regularly reviewed and refreshed. Today, Imperial Harvest is honoured to introduce a newly-patented emblem slated to adorn all upcoming personal wearable treasures. Apart from conferring upon them a distinctive mark of excellence, this emblem also affirms the identity of the Imperial Harvest wearable collection as a distinctive line of indubitable Imperial Harvest creations.  

The centrepiece of this newly-launched emblem derives its inspiration from “鼎” (ding), the Chinese character that references the imposing ceremonial cauldrons of the imperial court. This lends it an instantly-recognisable resemblance to the firmly-established Imperial Harvest seal, preserving its function as an unmistakable symbol of the brand’s prestige. 

Ding

At various junctures in ancient Chinese history, such as during the Zhou dynasty, these cauldrons were used for a variety of purposes, including cooking, storage and other everyday domestic applications. Over time, they came to be more closely associated with ceremonial and ritualistic obligations, such as offerings to a wide-ranging pantheon of deities.

Ding cauldron

Apart from powerful gods overseeing wide-ranging aspects such as weather, crop growth and military prowess, these deities also consisted of eminent forefathers of the prevailing ruling elite. The use of these cauldrons thus also connoted the highest level of prestige. Over time, they came to be inextricably intertwined with the eminence and authority of the ruling nobility. 

Octagon

Apart from its reference to venerable royal cauldrons, this emblem also bears the form of an octagon. This distinctive shape is outlined along its inner circumference, just within the bezel that frames the stylised “鼎” (ding). The presence of this octagon is a tribute to the very foundation of Imperial Harvest — the timeless tenets of Imperial Feng Shui. BaguaIts significance stems from the commonly-used octagonal depiction of the Ba Gua (Eight Trigrams), which represent the all-encompassing elements of reality. As a set of principles behind assessing and applying cosmic energies to a given environment, the Ba Gua undergirds the practice of contemporary spatial Imperial Feng Shui.

With its unmistakable allusion to the universal silhouette of the Ba Gua, this Imperial Harvest emblem is a fitting ode to its raison d'etre as a forward-looking Imperial Feng Shui maison.

Circle

The emblem is bounded by a circular perimeter, providing a refreshing contrast to its inner edge. Its perfectly round circumference is borne out of the ancient Chinese philosophy of a “round Heaven and square Earth” (天圆地方). Throughout Chinese dynastic history, this view of the universe held true, with a corresponding widespread association of all things heavenly with round shapes and outlines.

Round Heaven Square Earth

There is hardly a more striking example of this than Beijing’s world-renowned Temple of Heaven, whose main hall of prayer enjoys universal acclaim for its characteristic circular blueprint. Fittingly, the Temple of Heaven is where generations of emperors, in their supreme roles as the “sons of heaven”, offered prayers and sacrifices to the heavens on behalf of their subjects.  

With its circular outline, this Imperial Harvest Emblem pays homage to this heavenly allusion. Its flawless contours also signify the completeness of Imperial Harvest’s holistic approach to Imperial Feng Shui, bringing together the inherently opposing forces of yin and yang in synergistic harmony. 

Mark of Excellence

Behold the pioneer collection bearing Imperial Harvest’s emblem — a handcrafted series of charms that seamlessly enhances the personal wearable treasures in Imperial Harvest’s collections. With their minimalist contemporary outlook, the charms perfectly complement the Imperial Harvest bead bracelet collections. Their gleaming sheen balances the more muted appearance of agarwood or sandalwood beads, achieving a contrasting, yet visually harmonious yin-yang matte and mirror finish.

Design Patent Product Certificate(Singapore Design Patent No.30202210629W)

The inherent aesthetic duality conferred by the charms upon the bead bracelets epitomises the very ethos of Imperial Harvest. Firmly rooted in the provenance of Imperial Feng Shui, yet renewed by cutting-edge innovations in gemstone development, Imperial Harvest deftly navigates the connection between the classic and the contemporary.

Clasp serial number

Charm serial number

Created from a proprietary blend of pure gold, copper and silver, the 18K solid rose gold charm exudes an inimitable blush-pink hue. Indeed, each piece is assigned its own unique serial number, reflecting the distinctiveness of its inception in the hands of an artisanal craftsman.

Clasp

Clasp Emblem

Clasp with agarwood beads

Clasp with agarwood beads modelled

Charm

Imperial Harvest Emblem Charm

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Imperial Harvest Sandalwood beads charm

Imperial Harvest Emblem

Drawing on the centrality of the royal cauldrons to the Chinese imperial courts, the new Imperial Harvest emblem seeks to imbue Imperial Harvest personal treasures with the legend of this striking artefact. Just as the cauldrons aided the intercessory divine worship of the emperors, they are destined, at Imperial Harvest, to empower blessed wearers with the omnipotence of Imperial Feng Shui.

In translating this traditional symbol of imperial authority to an elegant expression of contemporary design language, Imperial Harvest manifests its transcendence of both ancient cultural histories and prevailing trends, Straddling this intersection, the Imperial Harvest emblem simultaneously speaks to the old and the new, underscoring its unwavering commitment to furthering time-honoured artisanal handcrafting for generations to come.


Our expert consultants are on hand to help you leverage the season of Guyu, guiding you to attain greater heights of prosperity during this auspicious term. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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Guyu in Imperial Feng Shui

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 14 April 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 4 min

Marking the transition from spring and summer in the Chinese lunar calendar is the solar term, Guyu (谷雨). In many parts of the temperate world, spring is steadily winding down, as temperatures start to rise and sunlight becomes increasingly strong and abundant. Guyu — literally translated as “grain rain” — was of great importance in the imperial court’s calendar due to the revitalising qualities that accompanied the seasonal rainfall. 

Guyu, a positive beginning to a season of abundance

Leading up to a new season

As the spring began its move into summer, the reinvigorating spell of rain that accompanies Guyu nourished the ground, making the soil amenable to the new planting season. This timely rainfall was immensely anticipated by Chinese farmers, working to quench the cold and dry winter soil. The newly-planted crops receive a much-welcome deluge of rain during this crucial stage of growth. In creating the ideal conditions for crops to begin to grow, Guyu paves the way to producing a bountiful harvest — heralding a positive beginning to a season of abundance, auspicious reverence and achievement.

Guyu, last solar term of Spring

Imperial Feng Shui principles declare that “Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony, while water governs wealth, opportunities and intuition” (山管人丁,水管财) underscoring the importance of Guyu’s cherished rainfall in the fortunes of China’s farmers, while simultaneously declaring that water is instrumental in achieving outstanding harvests. 

A reflection of Guyu’s significance in China’s historical and cultural landscape, Imperial Harvest’s collection of Agarwood treasures and Imperial White Inkstones are a welcome dose of Imperial Feng Shui prowess, fuelling our blessed clients to produce bountiful yields, encounter new opportunities and breakthroughs later in the year. 

Imperial Harvest Agarwood

The arrival of Guyu brings us one step closer to the beginning of summer — a season filled with passion, characterised by growth and brightness. According to the tenets of Imperial Feng Shui, the season of summer is closely related to the Major Yang, which governs an individual’s direct wealth capacity.

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For millennia, Agarwood has been known as the "Wood of the Gods", captivating a multitude of cultures and religions throughout history. It was seen as a product of wealth and luxury, as referred to in ancient texts dating back to as early as 1400 B.C. Today, top-grade raw Qinan Agarwood fetches as much as USD$10 million per kilogram — making Agarwood one of the most expensive raw materials in the world.

Native to the dense forests of Southeast Asia, the Aquilaria tree is pale, odourless and worthless prior to its exposure to the agarwood-forming fungi — Phialophora parasitica. Damage to the tree's bark by external forces, such as grazing animals or insects, is the catalyst that causes the tree to produce its exquisite resin. The Aquilaria's defence in response to these foreign infections is to produce a dark and aromatic resin, which is slowly embedded in the tree's heartwood to form Agarwood.

The scarce rarity of natural Agarwood trees has made Imperial Harvest-grade agarwood one of the most sought-after treasures in the world, prized for its exquisite fragrance, elegant appearance and Imperial Feng Shui prowess.

Dark Earth Agarwood Bead Bracelet

A superlative grade of Agarwood, the Dark Earth variety derives its name from its dark and intense colour. It is formed when an Aquilaria log is felled and buried in soil that contains a myriad of complex minerals that contribute to the colour and density of its rich resin. There, the fallen Aquilaria log ferments for at least 800 years, which further contributes to the dark and intense colouring that characterises this premium grade of Agarwood.

Dark Earth Agarwood Bead close up

The accumulation of rich resin within each agarwood treasure increases its density, attributing to its unique ability to sink when submerged in water. 98% of agarwood floats in water, leaving a small proportion with resin dense enough to sink in water. 

Imperial Harvest offers only the finest quality agarwood, where the intrinsic resin is rich and dense. The density of the agarwood resin affects the degree to which it sinks, a quality which we can determine through a simple sinking test. Imperial Harvest offers only the top 0.1% quality, where our agarwood is at least partially submerged, or fully sinking to the bottom. 

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Full Sinking Agarwood Bead

Agarwood positively influences an individual’s direct wealth capacity, inspiring monumental growth in career and business pursuits. It multiplies career and business income multi-fold. Aiding in gaining tremendous support from powerful benefactors and mentors, Imperial Harvest’s agarwood treasures secure lucrative, high-growth opportunities for its destined owner.

Imperial White Inkstone

Imperial White Inkstone Double Dragon

The Imperial White Inkstone (Royal Emblem) collection upholds the cultural advancements and heritage of Emperor Qian Long, creating a contemporary tribute to his illustrious reign.

Designed to activate the natal authority star, (Martial Arts 武曲星), the Double Dragon Imperial White Inkstone (Royal Emblem) features one of the most auspicious mythical creatures in Chinese culture, hand-engraved by master artisans with multi-generational expertise in their craft. The intricate ink-like detailing perfectly stylises the majesty of the imperial dragon, creating a respectful yet elaborate motif of auspiciousness.
Traditionally, the imperial dragon symbolised potent and auspicious powers, particularly the control over water, and different weather phenomena such as rainfall, typhoons and floods — signalling the constant spell of rainfall that accompanies the arrival of Guyu.IImperial White Inkstone Double Dragon close up

In tribute to the time-honoured Imperial Feng Shui traditions at the heart of Imperial Harvest, the double-dragon motif focuses the audience’s attention on the mythical creature that embodies the authority, power and wisdom of ancient Chinese emperors. The imperial dragon emits auspicious energies and is commonly invoked to bestow a spirit of personal growth, good fortune, wisdom and foresight upon individuals, inspiring them to triumph over their adversities and soar to greater heights.

These classic emblems of imperial power and prosperity were commonplace in the landscape of ancient China, melding seamlessly with the oriental and global art techniques such as pointillism, showcasing the fusion and diversity of these inclusive masterpieces of art.

Imperial Harvest’s master artisans cut, carve and shape the inkstones according to Master David’s inspired vision. Pairing their unrivalled wealth of expertise with state-of-the-art, specialised tools, allows for precision carving and precise detailing within each treasure. They are then manually polished, accentuating the Imperial White Inkstone’s unique design elements and producing a lustrous, blemish-free surface.

The upcoming solar term of Guyu proves to be an auspicious one, fuelling and preparing our blessed clients to achieve greater heights and bountiful yields in their businesses and careers. Take advantage of this opportune moment and attain greater heights of prosperity during this historically-anticipated period.


Our expert consultants are on hand to help you leverage the season of Guyu, guiding you to attain greater heights of prosperity during this auspicious term. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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2022 Guyu Collections

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 08 April 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins

The principles of Imperial Feng Shui bear close links to many aspects of the natural world, such as seasonal changes and other weather phenomena. The swift passing of the first quarter of the year brings about a change of seasons, as spring comes to an end and summer is poised to begin in the traditional Chinese lunar calendar. Each solar term in the lunisolar calendar lasts approximately 15 days and dictates discernable weather patterns, or the movements of celestial objects in the universe.

Guyu in China

Closing off the spring season is Guyu (谷雨), a solar term that marks the transition from spring to summer. Guyu is characterised by the torrential downpour that accompanies this solar term. In meteorological terms, the weakening of high-altitude westerly winds across East Asia causes the accumulation of warm and humid air. Melding with low weather pressure and an increase in cyclone activity, this solar term brings a distinct spell of the continuous downfall of rain.

Guyu in Imperial Feng Shui

As a primarily agrarian society, this timely rainfall was highly anticipated by ancient Chinese farmers due to its positive effects on their crops. The rainfall reinvigorates the ground after a long and harsh winter, making the soil amenable to a new planting season and helping them to produce a bountiful yield. The value ascribed to Guyu has led to the adage that "spring rain is valuable as oil" (春雨贵如油).

The close relationship between Guyu's cherished rainfall and farmers' fortunes underscores the importance of water in achieving success. Turning to Imperial Feng Shui principles, the statement “Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony, while water governs wealth, opportunities and intuition.” (山管人丁,水管财) declares that water is crucial in the pursuit of abundance and prosperity. 

Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony, while water governs wealth, opportunities and intuition 山管人丁水管财

Contrary to the guidance peddled by Classical Feng Shui masters, activating the wealth sector of your properties does not necessitate the inclusion of water features such as elaborate fountains or pools. Such guidance proves to be a simplistic insight into Feng Shui traditions, as further inspection into Chinese dynastic history reveals that such features were absent within the bounds of the Forbidden Palace. Instead, crystals of impeccable quality were deployed in the activation of the water star — a quality strongly advocated by Emperor Qian Long during the Qing Dynasty. The installation of Imperial Harvest-grade crystals within the Qing imperial court catalysed the empire's prosperity, bringing about a golden age of economic and social development, peace and stability.

Featured Collections

Imperial Harvest Signature

As Guyu brings an end to spring, it paves the way for a warm and inviting summer. Reflective of Guyu’s significance in China’s agricultural landscape, Imperial Harvest’s Signature Collection is a welcome dose of Imperial Feng Shui prowess — helping our blessed clients on their way to producing bountiful yields, encountering opportunities and breakthroughs in their pursuits this year.

Fine Jadeite Midas Touch Lavender

A firm favourite of Imperial Harvest clients for its elegant design, the Fine Jadeite Midas Touch embodies the immense blessings of the Goddess of Mercy’s most formidable representations, inspiring many to rise to the top echelons of their respective industries. 

Fine Jadeite Laughing Buddha Green

Regarded with great reverence in Chinese culture, the Laughing Buddha is a familiar figure of wealth, happiness and satisfaction — bringing good fortune, positivity and all-rounded success to its destined owner. 

Fine Jadeite Money Magnet Grand Wealth God White

Embodying a powerful manifestation of Bi Gan, the Fine Jadeite Money Magnet Grand Wealth God attracts and manifests both direct and indirect wealth through its powerful wealth enhancing features.

Fien Jadeite Ammonite of Fortunes Black

Converting obstacles into opportunities, the Fine Jadeite Ammonite of Fortunes is an excellent generator of good fortune, empowering its destined owner with an abundance of prosperity.

Fine Jadeite Bamboo of Successive Blossoms Yellow

The Fine Jadeite Bamboo of Successive Blossoms draws on continuous growth and resilience, designed to assist its destined owner to achieve never-ending breakthroughs, and has since garnered rave reviews from Imperial Harvest’s clients. 

Designed and conceptualised by Master David, the Imperial Harvest Signature Collection is timeless — drawing from auspicious Chinese emblems, iconic figures and myths from history.

Read more on the Imperial Harvest Signature Collection here

Imperial Harvest Crystal Collections

The Imperial Harvest Crystal collection is a contemporary embodiment of the Imperial Feng Shui tradition that flourished under the eminent rule of Emperor Qian Long. Only the finest, naturally-coloured crystals are a mainstay of Imperial Harvest’s collections, yielding immense prosperity in the lives of our blessed clients. 

Imperial Harvest's Rose Quartz Crystals derive their signature rosy hues from trace amounts of naturally-occurring titanium, iron and manganese. Widely sought after worldwide, genuine rose quartz accounts for less than 5% of the world’s naturally-occurring crystals and is indeed a prized acquisition. 

Imperial Dragon Crystal

Today, Imperial Harvest adheres to the principles of Imperial Feng Shui, employing the same techniques and treasures once used by Emperor Qian Long to usher unparalleled abundance and prosperity for our blessed clients.

Imperial Dragon Crystal

A testament to the time-honoured Imperial Feng Shui traditions at the heart of Imperial Harvest, the Imperial Dragon Crystal is a grand symbol of imperial majesty. The imposing dragon is one of the most powerful and divine creatures found throughout Chinese mythology — a most auspicious emblem of wealth and authority. 

Long regarded in Chinese culture as belonging to the highest order of dragons, the Imperial Dragon has been synonymous with Chinese emperors. As imperial symbols of power, motifs of this heavenly creature have adorned the halls and architecture of the imperial palace. It was also prominently embroidered on the robes of the Chinese emperors, thereby emphasising their status as the Son of Heaven.Imperial Dragon Crystal close upThe Imperial Dragon emits auspicious energies, ascribed to its hallowed symbols of power and abundance. It is commonly invoked to bestow a spirit of personal development, good fortune, wisdom and foresight in individuals, empowering them to overcome their adversities and soar to greater heights.

Laughing Buddha Crystal

Fashioned in the image of the Laughing Buddha (笑佛), this Imperial Harvest crystal enhances positive aspirations such as wealth, health and good fortune. A cultural symbol of happiness, contentment and abundance, the Laughing Buddha is accompanied by various symbols of prosperity — bestowing these blessings of abundance, happiness and satisfaction upon their destined owners.

Laughing Buddha Crystal

A prominent symbol of prosperity on the Imperial Harvest Laughing Buddha Crystal is the gold ingots situated alongside the deity. According to legend, the Laughing Buddha was often spotted with his signature treasure bag, filled to the brim with these gleaming gems. They signify ever-growing streams of wealth, helping to safeguard existing fortunes and exponentially multiply the revenue channels for its owners.Laughing Buddha Crystal close up

An ideal treasure for business owners and sales professionals, they are blessed with multiple strategic benefactors, aiding them to generate quality leads and lucrative opportunities. Smooth-sailing sales naturally ensue and translate to record-breaking sales figures. 

Golden Hall of Prosperity - Fruits of Bountiful Harvest

The Golden Hall of Prosperity series is a collection of everyday objects and phenomena that are emblematic in Chinese culture, inspiring desirable qualities such as enduring success and prosperity. 

Fruits of Bountiful Harvest Crystal

The Fruits of Bountiful Harvest Crystal is fashioned in the image of a tantalising bunch of grapes. Known to be avid climbers, grapes spread their vines across any trellises they come across, growing stronger in the process. This tenacious plant is quick to pounce at the opportunity to expand its influence, laying claim to an ever-increasing expanse of land.Fruits of Bountiful Harvest Crystal close upReflecting the persevering nature of the grapevine, this exquisite rose quartz treasure empowers its destined owner to pursue and seize the windows of opportunity that arise on their roads toward success, turning every prospect into triumph. As the destined owners’ business, career or investment pursuits bear fruit, they find themselves blessed with increasing channels of achievement and abundance. Bringing unceasing success in the personal and professional pursuits of its destined owner, this superlative treasure allows for an accumulation of an abundance of prosperity for generations to come. 


Our expert consultants are on hand to help you leverage on the season of Guyu, guiding you to attain greater heights of prosperity during this auspicious term. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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The Collector’s Guide to Imperial Harvest Jadeite

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 01 April 2022

Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins

For centuries, jadeite has stood as a symbol of high prestige and supreme wealth. Across the annals of history, jadeite’s allure has inspired mythologies and cultural reverence in different communities around the world. The history of this exquisite stone can be traced to ancient Mesoamerica — with the Olmecs, Mayan and Aztec civilisations having fashioned ceremonial objects and jewellery out of jadeite for both religious and medicinal purposes.

Ancient Jadeite Artefact Pendant

Closer to home, jade has traditionally been the gemstone of choice in ancient China, playing a consequential role in China’s dynastic history. Prized in circles of high nobility, jade treasures were revered as a symbol of imperial spirituality, purity, status and health for over 9000 years. Reflecting its exalted status and unique features, jade treasures adorned Chinese royalty and members of the imperial court’s governing elite. Adding to its high regard is the fact that the Chinese character for “emperor”, “王” appears nearly identical to the character for “jade”, “玉”.

Throughout Chinese history, jadeite has been laboriously carved into all manner of objects, ranging from jewellery to desk ornaments to religious artefacts. Their historical significance has often been used to study the political and social progress and climates of ancient Chinese life.

Jade vs. Jadeite

Having established a distinction between nephrite jade and jadeite more than a century before their Western counterparts, the understated charm of jadeite has captivated Chinese collectors for centuries. While the term “jade” is frequently used interchangeably to describe nephrite and jadeite, both are distinct mineral species with different internal structures and properties. As such, nephrite and jadeite are highly prized for different purposes. With its unsurpassed beauty and uniquely lustrous quality, jadeite is undeniably the rarer of the two.

Qian Long Jadeite Seal

The deep admiration of jadeite is perhaps best exemplified by Emperor Qian Long, who highly favoured the gemstone’s rich hues and went to extraordinary lengths to obtain it. During the golden age of the Qing dynasty under Emperor Qian Long’s reign (from 1736-1796), the country of Burma (now Myanmar), had presented the Emperor with a rare and exquisite raw jadeite boulder in a show of solidarity with the Qing imperial court and tribute to his eminent reign. Subsequently, jadeite was met with an explosion of interest during the 18th century, with Emperor Qian Long signing a treaty with Burma in 1770 and resulting in the importation of top-quality jadeite into China.

Jadeite as an art form

Jadeite’s arrival in China saw it rise to prominence as an important artistic medium. Although the tradition of fashioning jadeite artefacts existed in other communities around the world, China’s millennia-long tradition of gemstone carving had prevailed. The masterful Chinese craftsmen of the late 17th to 19th centuries created masterpieces of jadeite that remain unsurpassed in concept, design and technical prowess.

Qing Dynasty Landscape Table Screen

For artisans to assess the quality of jadeite, it is required that they cut through the rough boulder. In carving and crafting jewellery or ornamental pieces from jadeite, craftsmen require the usage of large pieces of precious stone. Transforming a raw jadeite boulder into a single treasure that features a uniform translucency, perfect colour distribution and vibrancy is viewed with high achievement due to the intricacies surrounding the crafting process. As such, longer strands of jadeite beads and larger jadeite cuts command extremely high premiums.

As a rare form of artistry and antiquity, jadeite carving calls for the highest echelons of craftsmanship, keen judgement and meticulous precision. 

Jadeite in Imperial Feng Shui

According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, jadeite is a key component in the myriad of earthly treasures used to empower an individual's unlimited human potential. Given its prominence in the landscape of ancient Chinese empires, jadeite treasures garnered huge popularity and were widely found across the imperial court. During the Qing dynasty, Imperial Feng Shui masters serving Emperor Qian Long went through years of meticulous research and development, eventually unveiling that fine jadeite treasures held positive influences on many aspects of everyday life. 

Drawing on the findings of Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Feng Shui masters, it was discovered that fine and exquisite jadeite pendants balanced the Major Yin, blessing its destined owners with an abundance of good fortune in their endeavours. On the other hand, jadeite cabochons were unveiled to have perfectly balanced an individual’s minor yang, bestowing them with intuition critical in decision-making, and empowering them to seize first-mover advantages. 

Amidst Emperor Qian Long’s varied collection of Imperial Feng Shui artefacts lies the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain, a crucial tool in empowering blessed clients towards their goals and aspirations. According to Imperial Feng Shui classics, “Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony while water governs wealth” (山管人丁,水管财), alluding to mountains being symbolic of power and benefactor support. Emperor Qian Long’s staunch advocacy of the use of the Jadeite Mountains gave rise to its prominence as an Imperial Feng Shui treasure, harnessing the auspicious mountain landforms to usher an abundance of wealth to those who effectively leverage their auspicious properties.

Fine Jadeite and Exquisite Jadeite

Each Imperial Harvest jadeite treasure is truly one-of-a-kind, undergoing stringent certifications and inspections for its quality and design before being endorsed by Master David. Both Fine and Exquisite jadeite collections at Imperial Harvest consist of only the finest Grade-A jadeites, albeit bearing several distinctions between both collections.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Amitabha Buddha Pendant

Both Fine and Exquisite jadeite collections undergo many rounds of meticulous refinement and revision in Imperial Harvest’s unyielding pursuit of perfection. Their detailed design elements and extremely detailed finishes are captured by our master artisans, who boast a multi-generational wealth of expertise in this intricate craft. Time-honoured craftsmanship techniques meld with hand-polishing and the introduction of cutting-edge tools, allowing for the incorporation of state of the art techniques that achieve Master David’s inspired vision for Imperial Harvest’s jadeite treasures. 

Imperial Harvest Exquisite Jadeite Pendant

The distinction between both Fine and Exquisite jadeite collections lies in the raw jadeite boulder itself, with Imperial Harvest’s Exquisite jadeite treasures being harvested from the cores of the large jadeite boulders, where its Imperial Feng Shui energies are the densest and most intense. Due to this natural exclusivity, the Exquisite jadeite collection features one-of-a-kind jadeite pieces that require additional attention to detail and polish to achieve its signature luminous and vibrant sheen.

Qian Long Jadeite Mountain

Hewn from the centres of the finest raw jadeite boulders, the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountains harness the dense and intense Imperial Feng Shui energies from the cores of the jadeite boulders. Meticulously carved and manually polished by master artisans, their unrivalled quality and craftsmanship translate to an unparalleled lustre and smoothness to the touch.

Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountians

Initially conceptualised by Imperial Feng Shui masters of the Qing dynasty as a practical means of leveraging auspicious mountain landforms, the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain has come to be a celebrated symbol of innovative and masterful artistry of Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Feng Shui artisans. Unlike other gemstones, jadeite production is a laborious process due to jadeite’s exceptional hardness. The Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountain collection bears witness to the meticulous processes undertaken centuries ago by Emperor Qian Long’s craftsmen, in which elegant and lifelike details are painstakingly rendered onto the jadeite in varying levels of relief, resulting in an exquisite depiction of various textures and scenes within the jadeite treasure. 

Today, Imperial Harvest’s timeless reimagination of this classic Imperial Feng Shui masterpiece adorns the homes, offices and properties of numerous blessed clients, attracting influential career and business benefactors that aid them in the achievement of their goals. It amplifies the career success of its blessed owner, allowing them to secure powerful opportunities and positions while maintaining blissful relationship harmony and good health. 

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Jadeite Cabochons

Unlike diamonds or emeralds, which possess highly reflective and crystalline properties, jadeite is of more complex chemical composition. As such, many jadeite connoisseurs believe that cabochons cuts, and other smooth, rounded shapes best display the water-like, luminous qualities of jadeite. Superlative grades of jadeite possess a dense structure and high translucency, emphasising a soft radiance and depth that evokes a sense of tranquillity in the viewer. 

Imperial Harvest Jadeite Cabochon close up

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Imperial Harvest’s collection of jadeite cabochons is hewn from the centres of jadeite boulders, where Imperial Feng Shui energies are the densest and most intense. Crowning every Imperial Harvest jadeite ring, the artistry achieved by Imperial Harvest’s master artisans accentuates the innate brilliance of each jadeite cabochon. Imperial Harvest offers jadeite cabochons in seven gemological cuts, showcasing its radiance from every angle.

Imperial Harvest Jadeite Cabochons

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Period 9 Feng Shui

Based on the principles of Two Cycles Eight Periods (二元八运), Period 9 heralds a new chapter in Imperial Feng Shui, in which the Feng Shui cycle spans two periods of time:

  • Early Heaven Luck — spanning from 2017 to 2043
  • Later Heaven Luck — spanning from 2024 to 2043

Period 9 is represented by the Li Trigram (离卦) and signifies the element of fire. The arrival of Period 9 in 2017 brought an unparalleled rise of assets and industries that bear the traits of the Li Trigram. It also brought the rise of major key trends and opportunities — such as the Metaverse, the rise of digital entrepreneurship, appreciation of virtual assets like Bitcoin, autonomous driving and the growth of luxury assets.

Period 9 Feng Shui Li Trigram

As we are underway into the Early Heaven Luck of Period 9, there is no better time to fully leverage the golden opportunities presented by this Feng Shui period. In harnessing Imperial Feng Shui techniques, our blessed clients can achieve a consistent state of good luck. Get in touch with your dedicated Imperial Harvest consultants to understand how you can thrive and prosper in the Period 9 economy. 


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Supreme Wealth God – Xuan Tian Shang Di (玄天上帝)

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 18 March 2022

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Xuanwu (玄武), or Xuan Tian Shang Di (玄天上帝), is a powerful deity and thought to be one of the highest-ranking figures in Chinese culture. Widely worshipped as the Supreme Wealth God, Xuan Tian Shang Di celebrates his birthday on the 3rd day of the 3rd lunar month, which falls on 3rd April this year.

Supreme Wealth God Xuan Tian Shang Di
Each year, Xuan Tian Shang Di’s anniversary sees many temples holding major observances of this auspicious occasion, with scores of devotees preparing offerings and food in tribute to the Supreme Wealth God. With Xuan Tian Shang Di’s immense influence, he holds massive influence on the wealth luck of those in his favour, often looked to for guidance by those looking to excel in their business and career ventures.

Devotees praying to Xuanwu
According to historic records from the fall of the Shang dynasty, Yuanshi Tianzun (元始天尊) had commanded his counterpart, the Jade Emperor (玉皇) to appoint Xuan Tian Shang Di as a commander of the twelve heavenly legions. His triumph over the Demon King granted him his status as one of the highest-ranking deities.

During the Qing dynasty, another legend surrounding Xuan Tian Shang Di was popularised and tells of the deity’s experiences as a mortal. As Xuanwu, he grew remorseful over his actions and sought to redeem himself from his past. In this tale, the Jade Emperor was moved by his determination and sincerity, granting him the title Xuan Tian Shang Di — translating to "Mysterious Heavenly Highest Deity". His sins manifested as a terrifying turtle and a snake, which Xuan Tian Shang Di later defeated.

Through these legends, many temples dedicated to the Supreme Wealth God depict him standing triumphant over a turtle and a snake — signifying his victory, and the triumph of good over evil.

Fine Jadeite Supreme Wealth God

Imperial Harvest’s Fine Jadeite Supreme Wealth God was conceptualised by Master David and features three important wealth-enhancing emblems central to Xuan Tian Shang Di, namely the Seven Star Sword, a Serpent and a Turtle. Deeply empowered with auspicious features, this Imperial Harvest jadeite treasure is ideal for those seeking the highest level of financial breakthroughs and success in all their endeavours and ventures.

Fine Jadeite Supreme Wealth God
Leading a team of master artisans, Master David ensures that each Imperial Harvest Jadeite treasure maintains the highest levels of craftsmanship. Intricate hand-carving and manual polishing are the cornerstones of Imperial Harvest’s Jadeite treasures, boasting a wealth of multi-generational crafting techniques and expertise. This combination of strict specifications and masterful craftsmanship results in an exquisite Imperial Feng Shui treasure worthy of the Imperial Harvest name.

Seven Star Sword (北斗七星剑)
Supreme Wealth God Seven Star Sword close upXuan Tian Shang Di is depicted as wielding the Seven Star Sword, a most powerful emblem of prosperity. According to legend, this legendary sword aided Xuan Tian Shang Di to defeat the evils he encountered, commanding cosmic energies from seven major constellations in the universe. As an emblem of prosperity, the sword aids its destined owner to achieve similar triumphs in their careers and make great leaps towards business success.

Serpent (金灵蛇)
Supreme Wealth God Serpent close upHolding strong spiritual and cultural significance in Chinese culture, the serpent is an important emblem bearing auspicious connotations. The creature is symbolic of good fortune, health, wisdom and longevity. In ancient Chinese mythology, the snake held close associations with the Gods, with different deities across the Chinese pantheon assuming its form. Additionally, the serpent is often accompanied by a turtle.

The serpent bestows its destined owner with sharp business acumen and intuition. Referring to the ability to discern and identify information, intuition is a key factor in making sound decisions. Good intuition is extremely important for one’s wealth and success — it empowers individuals to act decisively and seize the strategic opportunities that provide them with lucrative first-mover advantages.

Turtle (乌龟)
Supreme Wealth God Turtle close upSimilarly to serpents, turtles hold strong spiritual and cultural significance as well, becoming a symbol of both heaven and earth. As mythical creatures, turtles are symbolic of knowledge, perseverance, prosperity and longevity. The influence of these creatures extended towards fashion, particularly with Han dynasty people donning jade pendants shaped like turtles.

The turtle bestows its destined owner with the wisdom and knowledge necessary to navigate a path through tough business competition and to rise to the top echelons of their respective industries. This auspicious emblem on Imperial Harvest’s Fine Jadeite Supreme Wealth God also ushers in strategic mentor and benefactor support for its destined owner.

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