Daoist deities, Fu Lu Shou (Hock Lok Siew) visually embody their attributes quite literally. The god of longevity (Shou, Siew) is the one that is most easy to recognize since he is the only member in the trio who is bald. The gourd he carries is assumed to contain the nectar of immortality.
God of prosperity (Lu, Lock) usually wears a hat with clearly distinguishable flaps on both sides. His personal emblems include the Ru Yi or scepter of office.
The third of the gods will then obviously be the god of blessings and good fortune (Fu, Hock). He is often depicted carrying a child in his arms which is a direct reference to descendants luck.
When setting them up for placement, their correct order arrangement would be from Fu to Lu to Shou, from right to left. This means that Shou should be positioned on the left, Lu at the center, and Fu on the right.
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