Pra Somdej Gaes Chaiyo 7 Chan - Nuea Bronze Nork Chup Tong (Bronze with 24K Gold Plating) - 'Benja Baramee' edition - Wat Rakang Kositaram 2555 BE - Only 999 Made

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A Luxurious Gold Plated Fancy Frame encases the Pra Somdej Gaes Chaiyo 7 Chan (seven tiered dais) Amulet, which are made from Sacred Bronze with 24 Karat Gold Plating. The amulet is a 3 piece work of Fine Engineering and Artistic Buddhist artisanry, blessed in two Major Putta Pisek Ceremonies and released in the Benja Baramee edition series of Classic Thai Buddhist Amulets of reference Standard. The three pieces consist of the Image (amulet) the frame, and a Kata Chinabanchorn complete Mantra in Miniature on a Metal Plate affixed to the rear side of the amulets.

A Most Excellent Pra Somdej in Sacred Metals with Gold Plating that is built to last Centuries, and is Notable for its Originality and Beauty of Frame Design. A first for Wat Rakang Kositaram, and the Wat Gaes Chaiyo temple, and therefore, a new Milestone in the History of Wat Rakang and Wat Gaes Chaiyo Amulets, that will mark a New Era in Thai Fine Miniature Buddhist Arts and Amulet making methods for the coming Generation. The new appearance of 3 piece metal coin amulet technology is allowing a new level of Fine Art to be applied to the Art of Buddhist Amulet design and Casting. Various Top Temples and Masters Such as LP Kambu (Wat Gut Chompoo), and LP Khiaw (Wat Huay Ngo), are Spearheading the new Movement of Coin Designs which is now clearly and fully accepted by the Traditional 'Wongarn Pra Niyom' (Amulet Collector and Expert scene).

The 'Ba Chalu' method of decorative multi-piece coin amulet making, is therefore a certainty to survive and develop in the High end top Master amulets scene, as the preferred (Niyom) kind of amulet for the future. Wat rakang hgas now sealed the case for the Future by adding itself to the list of Respected Temples that prefer this most beautiful and aesthetic method of Luxury Amulet production.

The amulets were blessed in two separate Putta Pisek empowerment ceremonies, the first being held at wat Rakang Kositaram.

The second Empowerment Ceremony was held at Wat Gaes Chaiyo in Ang Tong.

The edition features Pra Somdej Wat Rakang and Wat Gaes Chaiyo amulets, and two different Pim (models) of metallic coin amulet type images of Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Dto) Prohmrangsri One Oblong Shaped Image in casing, and a bell shaped  model (Pim Song Rakang Chalu Lai Yok Ongk), which is an allusion to the name of the temple of Wat Rakang ('Rakang' means 'Bell'). Somdej Dto sits within the Bell shaped frame. Apart from the Somdej Dto Images, some 9 Inch wide Bucha statues in his image were also made, with either blackened bronze finish or pure gold leaf covering.

You can read full details about this and all other amulets in the series, and View the Blessing Ceremony Pictures, in the Documentation Page for this edition on the below link;

Benja Baramee Edition Amulets - Wat Rakang Kositaram 2555 BE


A large Portion of the Funds from this edition of amulets goes to help the Fund the Education of Poor Children of the Slums of Bangkok.

The level of attention to detail and high quality Artisanry involved in the Creation of this Masterpiece Benjapakee Amulet, is truly Amazing. In addition its composition of Precious Metals Increases the Lustre and Sheen of the Amulet , which stands out from the crowd with its Pristine Beauty and Originality of Decorative Frame Style.

Size; 3.5 x 2.8 Centimeters

If you plan to wear this amulet, we recommend encasing it in Waterproof casing, because any moisture may tarnish the sheen of the precious metals. Better to preserve its beauty in waterproof casing, unless you plan top keep it in the Family or Personal Showcase for Perusal.

Comes with Original Box from the Temple of Wat Rakang Kositaram. Can be encased in Waterproof Casing if desired (recommendable for wear).

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