Phra Pidta Jumbo Sorng – Luang Pu Tohk – Year 2521 – 2523 B.E. – Ner BAILARN with 1 SILVER TAKRUT
Name: Phra Pidta Jumbo Sorng
Blessed by: Luang Pu Tohk
Temple: Wat Pradu Chim-Plee, Bangkok
Year: 2521 – 2523 B.E. ( 1978 – 1980 A.D. )
Material made: Made of Ner Bailarn (Burnt Ancient Scriptures)
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF LUANG PU TOHK’S MOST ICONIC AMULET!
OVERALL TEXTURE BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED!
This featured piece is probably one of the pieces we have that needs almost no introduction due to how amazingly iconic among the entire industry! Even non-collectors will recognize it almost immediately with one glance!
Officially known as the “Sarm Trai Maad” Batch but it is more commonly known as Phra Pidta Jumbo Sorng among collectors.
Jumbo Sorng translates to Jumbo Two in English, referencing it larger than usual size for an amulet and it was the second occasion such a Phra Pidta made in such a size was blessed by Luang Pu Tohk.
Blessed in a grand ceremony for 3 years while being soaked in holy water, it is one of the very extensive blessing ceremonies presided by Luang Pu Tohk.
This particular piece is one of the more beautiful and original pieces we had encountered in quite awhile.
Beautifully preserved texture and a spectacular even tone on the entire front and back of the amulet.
This featured piece is made of Ner Bailarn, which is a mixture of sacred materials and burnt scriptures.
Condition of this beautiful amulet is absolutely pristine with the overall texture extremely well preserved. All important features, such as the fingers and the yant featured at the back of the amulet are also highly distinctive.
Highly worthwhile for both wearing due to its well known efficacy and great for collection due to its rich cultural, historical and collector’s value!
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD FRAMING!
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