Posted by Imperial Harvest on 08 June 2020

3 Things You Need To Know About Imperial Harvest Crystal Collection

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In the study of Imperial Feng Shui, the water star (also known as wealth star) governs wealth, opportunities and intuition (山管人丁,水管财).

Based on Imperial Feng Shui principles, Imperial Harvest-grade crystal is the authentic method used to activate the water star position to usher in wealth and prosperity.

The Imperial Harvest Crystal Collection plays a vital role in helping you adjust and enhance Qi in your surroundings.

Placing Imperial Harvest crystal in the auspicious water star position will empower you with inspiration and opportunities to bring you and your family an abundance of wealth and prosperity.

Here are the three things you need to know about Imperial Harvest Crystal Collection.

1. Exceptional quality

Like all Imperial Harvest treasures, our crystals are meant to last a life-time. Master David uses the finest raw natural crystals which are extremely rare and difficult to come by. Natural crystals are formed in the wild over a long period of time in caves or underground.

Master David works with a team of Singapore based gemologists and crystal mine owners based in Brazil to create the Imperial Harvest Crystal Collection.

Imperial Harvest-grade crystals are different from Swarovski crystals which are leaded glass manufactured using quartz, sand, and minerals.

Imperial Harvest-grade crystals are different from Liu Li (琉璃), an artificial glass infused with man-made colouring.

2. Stringent quality control

Eighteen rounds of sketches

A perfectionist, Master David, typically produces at least 18 rounds of sketches before sending the final sketch to his trusted artisans for craftsmanship.

Eight rounds of gemological inspections 

After nine months of cutting, carving and fine polishing, each Imperial Harvest crystal will be individually inspected by Singapore based gemologists.

Every masterpiece from the collection comes with an independent gemstone certification issued by Nanyang Gemological Institute based in Singapore.

3. Upholding Imperial Feng Shui traditions

In the study of Imperial Feng Shui, there are two stars that govern the wealth, prosperity, harmony and health of the occupants in a house or office.

Mountain star governs the benefactor and harmony while water star (wealth star) governs the wealth and prosperity.

An advocate for Imperial Feng Shui, Master David upholds the royal family tradition of installing the highest grade of natural crystal, at the auspicious water star sector.

Master David’s meticulous calculations are based on San Yuan Xuan Kong Flying Stars (45 degree accuracy), San Yuan Xuan Kong Liu Fa (15 degree) and San Yuan Xuan Kong Da Gua (0.9375 degree)

Every Imperial Harvest crystal is designed for specific purpose and strategic intent. Prior to selecting your Imperial Harvest crystal, it is important for us to understand your objective and purpose.

Imperial Harvest consultants are trained by Master David and they will guide and advise our blessed clients on the ideal Imperial Harvest crystal for their financial prosperity and overall growth in wealth.

Your expert consultants are on hand to help you find the perfect Imperial Harvest treasure, book a complimentary consultation or contact us at +65 91221826

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We are located at

For prospective clients:
Imperial Harvest
402 Orchard Road
Delfi Orchard #02-07/08
Singapore 238876

For existing clients:
Imperial Harvest Prestige
402 Orchard Road
Delfi Orchard #03-24/25
Singapore 238876

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