Pra Kring Rakang Luang - Nuea Nava Gae Ngern (9 metals and Silver) with Gold Micron Casing - Kroo Ba Aryachat - Wat Saeng Gaew Potiyan 1.9 x 3 Cm
The Pra Kring Rakang Luang Buddha Kring amulet was made to raise funds for the smelting of the biggest temple bell in Thailand at Wat Saeng Gaew Potiyan. The Bell is called 'Rakang Pra Putta Jao 5 Pra Ongk' (five Dhyani Buddhas bell), and is made of 'Nuea samrit' (fine quality bronze with silver and gold mix).The bell is to be of 2.59 Meters diameter at the mouth of the bell, and 4.20 Meters high, which will make it the largest Temple Bell in the whole of Thailand. It is being made as a way to Bucha and pay reverence to the 5 Buddhas of the five Eras, to Celebrate the Occasion of the 750th Anniversary of the City of Chiang Rai in 2555 BE. Chiang Rai will have its 750th Birthday on the 26th of January 2555 BE, Por Khun Meng Raya Maharach.
Amulet comes with original Temple Box, and is encased in Gold Micron Plated casing
The amulets were made in four different Sacred Metals; Solid Gold, Solid Silver, Nuea Nava Loha Gae Ngern (9 sacred metals with a large amount of silver), and Nuea Tong Rakang (bronze and brass sacred temple bell alloy).
Puttapisek Empowerment Ceremony
The Puttapisek for the Pra Kring Rakang Luang amulets was held on the 8th of January 2554 BE. As the silver was to be smelted into the Chanuan Muan Sarn (Sacred Metals), Kroo Ba decided that he was not yet satisfied with the richness of the mixture, and sent the Looksit down to obtain a large block of pure silver to increase the Silver quantity, which has resulted in a Nava Loha Sacred metal mixture that is almost entirely made of pure silver, with a wonderful durability and fine sheen, making this a Masterpiece of Fine Buddhist Miniature Art.