Agarwood beaded bracelet bring fortune to everyone and family. Money frog represents a popular Feng Shui charm for prosperity.
I. Information about Money frog agarwood beaded bracelet
Material Agarwood 100%
Country of Origin: Lao
Number of seeds: 108 beads (8-10mm/seed) (depending on size)
Agarwood ages: 12 – 14 years sedimentary
+ Female’s favourites
+ Gifts for relatives, friends or colleagues
+ Brings good luck, helps mental comfort, reduces anxiety and stress
II. Product Description
This agarwood bracelet product belongs to Pandora Agarwood Collection hence it is the most preferable product for women at Thien Moc Huong store. Most notably, they used silver material to create a bracelet that has a compact design, precise but very aesthetic, charm bell. It has many very attractive uses that not all types of bracelets have.
1. Money frog agarwood beaded bracelet Research
The Jin Chan is usually depicted as a bullfrog with red eyes, flared nostrils and only one hind leg (for a total of three legs), sitting on a pile of traditional Chinese cash, with a coin in its mouth. On its back, it often displays seven diamond spots. According to Feng Shui beliefs, Jin Chan helps attract and protect wealth, and guards against bad luck.
Money frog charm is made from silver s925, suitable for each destiny of Metal – Wood – Water – Fire – Earth. Money frog is also called Thiem Thu in Vietnamese, from past to now, Vietnam believed that the money frog icon often bring fortune to everyone and family. According to folk, three-leg frog with round fat body, whole body exudes wealth that can release the gold, the prosperity icon.
2. Monet frog – jin chan agarwood beaded bracelet
- The money toad statue is made of high-quality resin and painted gold color.
- Money frog represents a popular Feng Shui charm for prosperity.
- A frog with red eyes sitting on a pile of traditional Chinese cash, with a coin in its mouth.
- On its back, it displays seven spots symbolizing the Big Dipper which plays an important role in Chinese astrology.
- The most auspicious Chinese symbol of money-making. Place it in your home, office, store for good luck.
Situated in a very significant location, in the heart of the main stream of the campus, the head of frog up and back toward to the roots showing strong will to enrich and develop for many generations of Vietnamese people.
III. Number “108” meaning
In Buddha, the number 108 means “Full” and “Intellectual”; besides, the same 108 number represents 108 human sorrows. Humans are born with ears, eyes, nose, tongue, body, and mind. The eyes see the scenery, the ears listen to the sound. The nose smells the scent, the tongue tastes the sweetness, sourness, and bitterness. The body feels the heat, the cold which brings happy-sad. These feelings either make humans be at peace or in confusion. 108 feelings come from the past, the present, and the future.
III. Agarwood Production Process