Phra Pidta “Ngern Larn” (Millionaire Batch) – Luang Pu Tohk – Year 2521 B.E. – Ner KAESORN (One of the TOP TIERED and MOST SOUGHT AFTER variants)
Name: Phra Pidta “Ngern Larn”
(Phra Pidta ; Millionaire Batch)
Blessed by: Luang Pu Tohk
Temple: Wat Pradu Chim-Plee, Bangkok
Year: 2521 B.E. ( 1978 A.D. )
Material made: Made of Ner Kaesorn (Flower Pollen and Holy Components)
CHAMPION AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF LUANG PU TOHK’S TOP TIERED PHRA PIDTA!
TOP TIERED NER KAESORN VARIANT!
Known as Phra Pidta “Ngern Larn” and it is without a doubt, one of Luang Pu Tohk’s preeminent Phra Pidta amulet!
The word “Ngern Larn” is literally translated to millions of dollars! The term is coined after Luang Pu Tohk and his temple raised a princely sum of more than 1,000,000 baht for a good cause more than 40 years ago, hence the name, Phra Pidta Ngern Larn!
It symbolically signifies abundance and prosperity which is highly favored among devotees of Luang Pu Tohk and collectors of amulets worldwide!
There are generally two different material variants:
1. Ner Kaesorn with one SILVER Takrut – 4,480 pieces made in the world
2. Ner Bailarn with one SILVER Takrut – 3,091 pieces made in the world
This featured piece is made of Ner Kaesorn and it is the most sought after variant despite having a higher number of pieces made. This is partially due to the higher percentage of Ner Kaesorn pieces that were accidentally damaged during the initial years of the distribution resulting in a lower number of beautiful pieces found today.
The condition of this particular piece is ONE OF THE BEST WE HAVE EVER SEEN! It is truly a piece to be appreciated in person!
The usual colour for Ner Kaesorn pieces are yellowish with a brownish undertone, but because of how well this particular piece was kept, a whitish surface blankets the entire front and back of the amulet due to atmospheric conditions coming in contact with the biological components of the amulet without any foreign intervention over many decades.
We have to reiterate that the “multiple lines” found on the surface of the amulet are not cracks!
The “Lines” are actually multiple strands of Luang Pu Tohk’s Hair, which is also known as “Gae-Sah”, embedded on the various surfaces of the amulet.
“Gae-Sah” is a term referring to the hair that has been collected from the monk, and in this instance, Luang Pu Tohk, 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.
This particular batch of Phra Pidta amulets are highly, highly prized in the Amulet Collecting World.
Beautiful amulets, like this featured piece, are increasingly getting rarer and rarer to encounter as each day passes. Bear in mind that these are highly fragile powder made amulets with a history of nearly half a century!
Extremely collectible and we cannot emphasize enough on how amazingly pristine and beautiful this particular piece is!20
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD OPEN/CLOSE CASING!
Interested in any of our items?
Contact us today! ☎️☎️☎️☎️☎️
?PM us : FB.com/GenThaiBuddha
?Call us : +65 6533 1160
?Whatsapp us : +65 9365 5791