In this polyresin figurine of silver Laughing Buddha, he is on the move wearing a garland of coins. His Fat belly is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Laughing Buddha statues depict a stout, smiling or laughing bald man in robes with a largely exposed pot belly stomach, which symbolizes happiness, good luck, and plenitude. His image graces many temples, restaurants, and amulets, as he has become a deity of contentment and abundance. A Laughing Buddha considered very auspicious. It is usually placed facing the door. His large protruding belly is symbolic of happiness, luck and prosperity. It is believed that if a person rubs his belly it brings good luck. There are many instances of good things happening to the people who bring Laughing Buddha home.