Brass Money FrogThe mythical Chan Chu is said to appear every full moon near homes which the
residents will receive good news the very next day (usually in a monetary gain
way). Place it facing the entrance of your home/room/establishment at an angle to
enjoy more incoming good news. Place the money frog at a diagonal angle at the
entrance, and never straight on (this will result in money coming and being
bounced back out). It has been earth buried and to give it an antique look. If
you do not like this look, you can use metal polish for it to regain its lustre.
Made of solid brass/bronze.
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