Shown here is a version of a popular Filipino anting-anting called “Birheng Nagpapasuso” (Breastfeeding Virgin). It is used for attracting wealth and good fortune in other areas of life.
The analogy is obvious. You have the picture of the Virgin May breastfeeding the baby Jesus, an archetypal nurturing mother giving nourishment and protection to a child. So will the anting-anting do the same to its owner. It is described as a talisman that keeps its possessor away from potential harm and gives luck in business.
You can easily find this anting-anting sold in the sidewalk of Quiapo Church occupied by talisman vendors. The more attractive version for me is the taladro, a white cloth the size of a hankerchief containing the above illustration and inscriptions. You can likewise find a bronze medallion version without the detailed inscriptions.