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Although Luang Phor Tat, Wat Chaina, Tha Yang, Petchburi province passed away a few years ago, aged 77, having served the Buddhist faith for 57 years. His amulets, palad khik and takruts are just as popular today as when he was alive, in fact probably more so.
This is a very attractive Khun Paen Kleub, (glazed) . These khun Paen amulets blessed in BE 2548 at Wat Chaina and made from Pong Phutakun mixed with clay.
These glazed versions can essentially be found in theree colours, red, black and light brown/ivory. The colour is created due to a burning process during sanctification and the colour depends on the amount of exposure to heat and the original composition of some of the components such as Sugar and Monkey Urine.
He was known for his great mercy helping anyone who approached him. and in fact such was his renown he was conferred the title of Jao khun by the King Of Thailand in the year 2008.
Luang Phor Tat served the Buddhist faith for 55 years, and studied dharma and Buddhist sciences from many monks including Luang Phor Tong of Wat KhaoKrajew (Petchburi), Luang Phor Grit, Luang Phor Chum of Wat kuti Bangkem who tuaght him the magic to create palad Khik.
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|Dimensions||4.8 × 2.8 cm|