The Thai love their religious amulets that you see all over the temples and in the markets. A selection of amulets was an easy choice for this collection as they are so beloved by the people, ubiquitous, and a piece of this culture that remains exotic despite heavy western footsteps.
Left Pendant: This Buddha is called Phra Sangkajai Lord or "Fat Monk" and according to image research, this amulet is to bring luck and abundance of wealth.
Right Pendant: This Buddha is called Phra Pidta and according to image research, this amulet is to ward off evil and to give you fortune. People generally wear this Buddha during business trips and while doing dangerous work.
The pendants are 1/2 an inch in diameter each.