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Imperial Harvest Jadeite Collection – God of Matchmaking and Marriage (Yue Lao)

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

Often assuming the form of an old man, Yue Lao (月老) is the god of matchmaking and marriage in the Chinese pantheon, overseeing relationship matters between people and binding destined couples together.

According to legend, Yue Lao appears under the moonlight, holding the Book of Marriage (姻缘簿) and lengths of red thread. Reading from the Book of Marriage, he unites all destined couples together with the thread — forming the basis for beliefs surrounding the red thread of fate.

The red thread of fate is symbolic of the Chinese idiom, 千里姻缘一线牵, loosely translating to “a fated match across a thousand miles drawn by a thread” — indicating that those destined to be together will find each other even if they are miles apart.

Mid-Autumn Festival

With a long, varied history spanning several millennia-long, the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important holidays in Chinese culture; its popularity rivalled only by the Lunar New Year festivities. During the Qing Dynasty, the Empress Dowager Cixi was known to have greatly enjoyed the Mid-Autumn Festival, spending the days between the 13th and 17th days of the 8th lunar month staging elaborate rituals in celebration of the occasion.

Marking the end of the autumn harvest, the Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month — coinciding with the birthday of Yue Lao. Not only does the festival celebrate the end of the autumn harvest, but it is also a celebration of the moon. Therefore, it is also a celebration of Yue Lao.

With Yue Lao’s birthday coinciding with the Mid-Autumn Festival, it marks a traditionally auspicious occasion to pray for fruitful relationships, budding romance and harmonious marriages. During this opportune time, many devotees seek out the god of marriage’s guidance and influence, aiding them in their marriage or relationship concerns, in finding their fated partner or in maintaining relationship harmony with their significant other.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Yue Lao

Encompassing Yue Lao’s authority and influence as the god of marriage, Imperial Harvest’s Fine Jadeite Yue Lao captures a strong, yet elegant manifestation of Yue Lao. Holding two hearts connected by a thread, the Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Yue Lao symbolises everlasting love, and a deep, harmonious relationship.

Enhancing the marriage aspect of the authority star, the Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Yue Lao brings good fortunes to you and your significant other — enabling both parties to thrive and prosper.

For singles, the Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Yue Lao aids them in finding their destined match and subsequently, a lasting and harmonious marriage. The red thread of fate wielded by Yue Lao connects them to their fated match sooner, cutting down the time spent on unfruitful relationships.

For couples, the red thread of fate in the Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Yue Lao aids them and their significant others to stay faithful and loving in their relationship through both good and challenging times. This impeccable treasure promotes healthy and balanced marriages to prevent third parties from interfering in the relationship.

For those whose marriages may be going through rough patches, Yue Lao also brings amicability and harmony back into the family, enabling them to come to a peaceful resolution.

Playing a major component in the suite of Imperial Feng Shui treasures at Imperial Harvest, jadeite empowers their destined owners in achieving their fullest potential. Generations of Chinese emperors favoured Imperial Feng Shui for its ability to create favourable outcomes and acknowledged jadeite’s role in enhancing their personal luck.

Fashioned from the finest raw jadeite, Imperial Harvest’s unrivalled jadeite artisans shape each Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Yue Lao, meticulously rendering his image into jadeite. Armed with multi-generational expertise, our artisans apply time-honoured tools and techniques, amplifying the inherent allure and luminescence of each Imperial Harvest jadeite treasure.

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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