Three Legged Money Frog (Fortune)
Height: 5,5 cm
Weight: 171 g
The money frog, also called the three-legged toad or money toad, comes from Chinese folklore. According to the legend, a wife of one of the eight immortals stole the elixir of immortality and drank it, turning her into a toad. Instead of two hind legs, the toad has the tail of the tadpole. Frogs and toads are associated with water, which is symbolic of wealth. It is common for a money frog to have a coin in its mouth, as on offering for the owner or the household where the frog resides.
Place the fortune frog inside on a diagonal from the front door and face it inward. This location is in line with the universal flow of chi. The frog will draw money into your home and fend off any bad financial influences. For a more potent effect, try placing the frog in a bowl of gold coins. The gold coins symbolize luck and energy, two elements that will enhance the effect of the fortune frog.