Phra Khun Paen Roon Rek (1st Issue) – Luang Pu Tim – Year 2539 B.E. – Made of NER CHAN MAK with SOLID GOLD TAKRUT & SILVER TAKRUT with RED RUBY (Extremely rare TOP TIERED Variant ; Only 54 pieces made in the world)
Name: Phra Khun Paen Roon Rek (1st Issue) Ner Chan Mak with SOLID GOLD & SILVER TAKRUT with RED RUBY
Temple: Wat Phra Khao, Ayutthaya
Year: 2539 B.E. ( 1996 A.D. )
Material made: Ner Chan Mak with SOLID GOLD & SILVER TAKRUT with RED RUBY
CHAMPION AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
EXTREMELY RARE TOP TIERED VARIANT!
ONLY 54 PIECES MADE IN THE WORLD!
Another moment we are extremely proud of to be able to showcase this spectacular piece to everyone!
ONLY 54 OF SUCH PIECES WERE MADE and we are almost certain that this is the ONLY PIECE AVAILABLE to be acquired in Singapore at this very juncture!
What you see here is the CROWN JEWEL of the ENTIRE COLLECTION of amulets made by Luang Pu Tim of Wat Phra Khao!
This featured piece is the 1ST ISSUE Phra Khun Paen and it is not just any regular pieces found circulating in the market. What you see here is the “NER CHAN MAK” variant with ONE SOLID GOLD and ONE SILVER TAKRUT embedded on both of Phra Khun Paen’s arms with a magnificent RED RUBY embedded in the middle of the amulet!
This particular piece is essentially the TOP OF THE TOP of all of Luang Pu Tim’s amulets! Even industry experts and veteran collectors may not have encountered a piece before! To see an actual piece, that itself is a tremendous fortune!
The condition is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING AND IMMACULATE! The recorded 54 pieces of “NER CHAN MAK” variant is infamously known for its extremely fragility! We are near certain that a significant percentage of the 54 pieces made are damaged beyond any form of recognition! Only a handful of the 54 pieces made are properly kept and preserved making them an EXTREME RARITY!
There are also many strands of “Gae-Sah” scattered on the entire surface of the amulet as well!
“Gae-Sah” is a term referring to the hair that has been collected from the monk, and in this instance, Luang Pu Tim, during the routine shaving of their hair. The many strands of hair that were collected will not be disposed of, instead they will be kept as holy belongings of a holy being. On many occasions, the “Gae-Sah” will be mixed as one of the materials used in creating an amulet.
The history of Khun Paen dates back to centuries ago in the ancient city of Ayutthaya. A fierce warrior known for victories and charisma on the battlefields.
There are a lot of misconceptions due to media portrayals and exaggerated stories which usually isn’t true.
Fundamentally, people worship Khun Paen as a deity for his victorious nature and charismatic traits exemplified on battlefields similar to how the world views mythological Greek Warriors such as Achilles and Perseus.
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD OPEN/CLOSE CASING!
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