Kruba Kritsana was incredibly popular for some time and is now out of favour a little but finding these in old stock recently reminded me how good he is.
Here is one of his Amulets from 6 years ago and bought brand new from a reliable source in the original temple case, which will be included in the package (he was so popular that he used to get copied but the quality is always crap). This amulet is simply a cast spider of good fortune with various Yantra raised on the body, and this is the attribute that Kruba is most famous for. It is cast from metal, silver plated and then enamelled before a lengthy blessinginsured that the giood fortune is within the piece.
In Thai magic, the spider catches good fortune in his web and has the ability to save it for a rainy day. Just as importantly, this is a stunningly beautiful piece that also brings Metta and protection from all forms of harm, which includes black magic.
Measures 1.55" and comes with the temple box and Kruba's kata instructions.
I only have three and these will be popular.
A Gorgeous Money Spider Amulet by Kruba Kritsana 2557
Pure Buddhist amulets (without Prai materials) are known as Puttakhun magic and they work in a gentler way but still offer sustained magical force.