Phra Pidta Yant Natana – Luang Pu Tohk – Year 2522 B.E. – Ner BAILARN (Two Silver Takruts)
Name: Phra Pidta Yant Natana Ner Bailarn
Blessed by: Luang Pu Tohk
Temple: Wat Pradu Chim-Plee, Bangkok
Year: 2522 B.E. ( 1979 A.D. )
Material made: Made of Ner Bailarn (Burnt Scriptures) embedded with two silver takruts
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF THE MOST UNDERVALUED PHRA PIDTA BY LUANG PU TOHK!
OVERALL TEXTURE BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED!
This beautiful item is consecrated in the same ceremony as the Phra Pidta Kanook Kang. The ceremony took place in Year 2522 B.E., which dates this batch of amulet to be more than 40 years old!
Without any doubt, this featured piece is one of the most beautiful Phra Pidta Natana we have ever chanced upon.
One thing to take note of is that the mould of this particular batch of amulet is pretty shallow thus resulting in many pieces circulating around having very shallow features that are not particularly distinctive.
However, this piece is an exception. Absolutely beautiful with all important features sharp and distinctive! The overall texture of the amulet is stunning, to say the least!
We reckon that the Phra Pidta Natana is one of the most undervalued Phra Pidta amulets that were blessed by Luang Pu Tohk!
A highly worthwhile piece for anyone considering to include a Luang Pu Tohk’s Phra Pidta to their collection!
A notable miracle happened during the consecration ceremony that further cements the amulet’s spiritual values:
“A fire occured at the altar, caused by fallen candles. Miraculously, when the fire reached the amulets that were consecrated and and blessed, it stopped abruptly..” – excerpt from Luang Pu Tohk’s book
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD OPEN/CLOSE CASING!
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