Phra Sib Sarm Pim “Pim Kleep Buah” – Luang Pu Tohk – Year Approx. 2468 B.E. (Actual piece featured in the book)
Name: Phra Sib Sarm Pim “Pim Kleep Buah”
Blessed by: Luang Pu Tohk
Temple: Wat Pradu Chim-Plee, Bangkok
Year: Approx. 2468 B.E. ( 1925 A.D. )
Material made: Made of a mixture of sacred materials and holy powders
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
SUPERSTAR PIECE! ACTUAL PIECE FEATURED IN LUANG PU TOHK’S BOOK!
ONE OF THE TOP TIERED AMULETS BY LUANG PU TOHK!
HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER 1ST ISSUE BATCH OF AMULETS BY LUANG PU TOHK!
You would not have guessed it but this particular item featured here is nearly 100 years old. It is a batch of amulets that true blue collectors sought throughout their entire amulet collection journey. Blessed by Luang Pu Tohk nearly a century ago, and using one of the most traditional and respected methods to create “powder-form” (Phra Ner Pong) amulets, these batch of amulets are truly a gem to behold!
Since Luang Pu Tohk’s early days of ordaining as a monk, he has sought for holy materials for the creation of this particular batch of amulets. Many pieces were hand made by him, alongside other monks and assistants. The holy powder and material used was extremely special. He was known to embark on pilgrimages alongside Luang Por Sodh of Wat Pak Nam during their early days. Many materials were acquired by them during their pilgrimages for the creation of the amulets. Few of the very notable materials used were the holy powder from holy temples such as Wat Plub and Wat Rakang Kositaram.
They were mixed alongside the rest of the holy materials to create chalk sticks that were used to write holy incantations, such as “Pa Ta Mang Tri Ni Singh He Itti Jae Maha Larp”. Upon completion of the written incantation, they were slowly and painstakingly collected. The holy powder is known as “Ner Pong Itti Jae”.
There were a total of 13 variants created and they were soaked in Holy Water, contained within earthen jars and was consecrated for months by Luang Pu Tohk.
The holy materials and powders used were so special that Luang Pu Sodh of Wat Pak Nam requested the remaining powders from Luang Pu Tohk for the creation of the famous “1st Issue Wat Pak Nam Phra Khong Kwan” made in Year 2493 B.E. (1950 A.D.)
This particular piece featured today is known as “Pim Kleep Buah” and it features Lord Buddha’s Image meditating in the “Samadhi” position. The word “Kleep Buah” translates to the Lotus Flower. In Buddhist symbolism, the lotus represents purity of the body, speech and mind, as if floating above the murky waters of material attachment and physical desire. According to legend, Gautama Buddha’s first steps made lotus flowers appear everywhere he stepped.
This particular piece also happens to be the ACTUAL PIECE FEATURED IN THE BOOK!
In the world of collecting highly prized amulets, one very important yet highly elusive attribute all proper collectors would want to achieve is for their treasured amulets to be the actual pieces featured in certain important and recognized books that are frequently referenced.
For a particular amulet to be featured in an important book is absolutely significant as it serves as an immediate reference for all present and future collectors alike! It is akin to being in a museum archive for an antique as it serves as an important documentation of the said amulet that was made decades ago!
Such an archive will only further propel the already immense collector’s value into further heights! By being the actual piece in one of the earliest printed and recognized reference book, collectors, both present and future, eliminate all possible complications and worries about the authenticity and originality of the amulet!
The condition of the amulet is absolutely beautiful with the original texture amazingly preserved! Bear in mind that this is an almost 100 year old amulet made of fragile powder! For the amulet to retain such pristine details is nothing short of amazing!
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