Rian Chalu Pra Putta Chinarat 'Jom Rachan' (Warrior King) edition 2555 BE - Ongk + Grop Pink Gold Hlang Samrit Chup Ngern - Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat (Pitsanuloke)
Once more comes a Classic and Eternally destined to fame edition of the Pra Putta Chinarat Buddha Coin and statuette amulets from Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat Wora Wiharn in Pitsanuloke, home of Thailands Sacred Buddha Chinarat statue.
Made from 3 piece Sacred Bronze with Pink Gold Plated Frame, Pink Gold Plated Bronze Buddha Image, and Silver Plated Bronze Rear Face Plate, featuring Somdej Pra Naresuan Maharach. The rear face is a separate plate of Sacred Bronze with Silver Plating, affixed with 3 rivets.
The coin is engineered using the latest 2, 3 and 4 piece 3 Dimensional raised Frame 'Ba Chalu Yok Chan' Method. This edition is seen to be the most interesting and attractive edition to have been released due to its new method of design engineering and fine artisanry, which stands out from all other previous editions in its depth and level of fine detail, as well as the choice of sacred and Precious metals on offer. Despite the fact there were a large number of coins made, the edition was fast to sell out, with most of the luxury models beings instantly sold out on release. This is commonplace with amulets of high collectability and low risk, such as the Chinarat Buddha amulet and the Luang Por Sotorn Buddha, which are Eternal Classics that never fade from grace.
The amulets were made in a large number of different combinations of Sacred and Precious Metal substances, Alchemically smelted to form sacred Metal Amulets in two Major design Forms; Loi Ongk Statuettes, and some beautiful Coin Amulets with the Chinarat Buddha on the front face, made using the 'Ba Chalu Saam Midti' technique which is becoming the new Standard bearer for Buddha and Monk coin amulets. the Ba Chalu method also uses a Multi-Piece binding of segmented separate parts to make into the coin, preventing any Forgers from attempting to copy the amulets (due to the high expense of the fabrication methods of a 3 or 4 piece amulet), as well as lifting the level of detail and depth, and artistic decoration possible with Thai Minature Buddhist Arts (amulets).
This Coin is made using the finest Artisanry and Technologies composing a 3 piece work of Artisanry to bind together into the single amulet we behold here, making this edition almost imposssible to make forgeries, and ensure the Edition for its destiny as a Future Classic High End amulet of Great Esteem and Nobility.
The coins accompanies a large array of Excellently Fashioned multi-piece Loi Ongk Statuette Amulets which are listed in the Documentation page of this edition, which is included as a link, lower down in this article.
This edition comes later than planned, and with a very high level of expectancy which has resulted in an almost complete sell out before the official release through the pre-order method, and has left many people without a chance to obtain any of these most Pristinely well honed, Excellent and Fine Quality Precious Sacred Metal amulets.
The rear face features Thailand's Heroic Warrior King 'Somdej Pra Naresuan Maharaj'
We tried to obtain as many as possible during the pre-order time but were also only able to obtain a certain number of them, which we are proud to be able to offer to those customers who like to collect his kind of Heirloom amulet
The front face features The Chinarat Buddha with the traditional star studded background, framed by two Naga Serpents, with a decorative 'Singh' on the bottom of the frame. The edges of the frame are decorated with Lai Thai Granok Waves, and the Nagas are spouting water from their mouths. The frame, rear face and Buddha image are all separate pieces making this a 3 segment coin. Never before in the History of Buddha Chinarat amulets has this type of technique been applied, making this a first ever, and a standard bearer for future editions.
Size; 4 Cm High x 2.5 Cm wide - All of the amulets we stock of this edition are Gammagarn Special Numbered set editions, with individual code numbers. This makes them rarer and more special than the standard non Gammagarn versions.
What are Heirloom Amulets?
What we call 'Heirloom' type amulets, are Classic Thai Buddhist Amulets of Buddhas or Monks, or Classic Ancient Amulets such as Putta Chinarat, Pra Kring Buddhas, Benjapakee Clay Amulets, Luang Por Ngern and other similar famous Buddhist classics. For Thai people, it is this kind of amulet that is eternal and not subject to falling from popularity and is considered the perfect family heirloom.
As each generation inherits the amulets, they become ever more sacred and part of a family tree passing the amulets down, that they become almost part of the Family. In fact they do become part of the family. Like the thought that 'My Grand Father gave this to my Father, who gave it to Me - I shall Give it to my Children' increases the sacred and Family value of the amulet in the mind of its owner, and so becomes both a Spiritual Inspiration, and a Family Heirloom.
The Gammagarn code number, and words 'Putta Chaayandti' Sacred Stamp are visible on the rear face of the coin, as well as the Code 'Pu'.
19,999 Coins made in Pink Gold with Silver Back Face