Phra Luang Por Parn Pim Kai Baek (Fighting Rooster Variant) – Year 2460 B.E.
Name: Phra Luang Por Parn Pim Kai Baek
(Lord Buddha Image; Fighting Rooster Variant)
Blessed by: Luang Por Parn
Temple: Wat Bang Nom Kho, Ayutthaya
Year: 2460 B.E. ( 1917 A.D. )
Material made: Made of Baked Clay/Terrecotta
Remarks: Unanimously agreed upon to be one of the most iconic amulets of the industry.
It is in fact, the most well known Baked Clay/Terrecotta (Ner Din) amulet known among collectors.
History of Luang Por Parn’s amulets date back to more than 100 years ago.
It is instantaneously recognized due to its unique depiction of a Phra Somdej image with an animal or deity
at the bottom: and for this instance, it features the Rooster.
There are a total of two generic variants:
1. Ancient Series (Pim Boron)
2. Contemporary Series
There are a total of 6 generic variants for the contemporary series by order of popularity and collectibility:
This featured item is the most sought after and top tiered category among the above 6 generic variants.
Extremely rare and the most pristine piece we have ever witnessed.
To simply say that the condition of the item is pristine is in injustice.
For an item that is more than 100 years old, yet exuding such brilliance in terms of how well-kept the item is highly uncommon.
Very reasonably priced for an item of such excellence and collector’s value.
Inclusive of a custom made SOLID GOLD open/close casing!
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