Legend has it that the Money frog (Chan Chu) was originally the wife of one of the 8 immortals. She was punished after stealing a peach from heaven and turned into a frog. She was so greedy for money that she spent her days catching and attracting money (which she sits on).
She is often positioned on a Chinese family altar alongside Liu Hai or the God of Wealth (Chai Shen Yeh) and her role is to secure lots of money for any home, business or family. The way to attract the money frog is to give her extra coins to catch. She is especially attracted to shiny coins. This money frog has the 7 stars of the Great North Pole (Ursa Major) etched into her back.
Feng Shui Tips: Add this Feng Shui Money Frog next to your cash register, in your two wealth areas, next to or near your front door (in business or home). Adding two large money frogs each side of the front door (looking out) is especially lucky for any business. OK to position on the floor.
Size: 9cm x 6cm