Phra Kring Phra Chai Set “Song Nam” Batch – Luang Por Kasem – Year 2527 B.E. – Made of NAWALOHA (Only 999 sets in the world)
Name: Phra Kring Phra Chai Wat Set “Song Nam” Batch
Blessed by: Luang Por Kasem
Temple: Susarn Thai Lart, Lampang
Year: 2527 B.E. ( 1984 A.D. )
Material made: Made of NAWALOJA
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
VERY RARE! ONLY 999 SETS MADE IN THE WORLD!
HIGHLY UNDERVALUED! ONE OF THE TOP PHRA KRING/PHRA CHAI WAT BY LUANG POR KASEM!
In most most humble opinion, this featured set of amulet is one of the best batch of amulets made by Luang Por Kasem.
Blessed in a grand ceremony in Year 2527 B.E. and it is known as Phra Kring Phra Chai Wat “Song Nam”. The word “Song Nam” literally translates to “cleanse” and it is important to note that this particular batch of amulets were made in commemoration of the annual bathing ritual of Luang Por Kasem.
Known as one of the most respected holy monks of the Northern Provinces of Thailand. Luang Por Kasem always abides to strict cultivation to attain enlightenment. He famously quoted that a monk needs nothing but his saffron robes and his alms bowl.
Born as a member of a royal bloodline of the Lampang’s royal family running in his veins, he gave up all material comforts for the sake of his cultivation and assistance to others.
This batch of amulets were made with hand written takruts by at least 70 different top holy monks of the generation.
A notable few includes:
1. Luang Pu Waen
2. Luang Pu Kao
3. Ajahn Fan Ajaro
4. Luang Pu Perm
5. Luang Por Tae
6. Ajahn Doon
7. Luang Por Pae
8. Luang Por Thong Yu
9. Luang Por Sorng
10. Luang Pu Buah
11. Kruba Lah
12. Luang Por Ootama
13. Ajahn Boon Mah
14. Luang Por Noi
15. Ajahn Wan Ootamo
and at least 55 more other holy monks!
Condition of this set of amulet is absolutely original and beautiful! I cannot reemphasize how rare and sacred it is!
Every piece is serialized with a serial number and this set is no exception!
Serial Number: 432 out of 999 pieces made in the world!
Amulet as such, are casted using primitive casting methods that involved the pouring of molten alloy into casting mould which will then form the shape of the item. Due to the primitive nature of such casting methods, there are a lot of inconsistencies.
Air pressure which causes bubbling occurs during the casting process making most pieces having a rough and uneven surface with even some items missing important details thus effectively rendering the item “damaged during the casting process”.
To find one piece as this item featured here, in such an original condition, is of utmost difficulty.
Highly undervalued and collectible! Only 999 sets were made and its extremely difficult to encounter a FULL SET with the Phra Kring and Phra Chai Wat together as most of the pieces were separated over the years!
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