Rian Rakang (Blok Niyom) – Luang Por Kasem – Year 2516 B.E. – Made of COPPER (Top tiered variant)
Name: Rian Rakang Blok Niyom
(Bell Shaped Medallion, Popular Mould)
Blessed by: Luang Por Kasem
Temple: Susarn Thai Lart, Lampang
Year: 2516 B.E. ( 1973 A.D. )
Material made: Made of COPPER
EXECLLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF LUANG POR KASEM’S TOP TIERED MEDALLION!
BLOK NIYOM (TOP TIERED) VARIANT!
My goodness! This featured piece is ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL Rian Rakang we have ever encountered!
This piece is immensely pristine and extremely well preserved! Even with a naked eye, you can easily witness a “Piu Fai” texture found radiating from the surface of the entire medallion!
It is a chemical reaction that occurs when the alloy and the chemicals on the surface of the medallion comes into contact with the atmospheric components in the air which results in an absolutely unique iridescent/rainbow texture!
It is a natural oxidation process that takes decades to occur, and a prime evidence for industry veterans to properly ascertain that it is in the most original condition without signs of wear, damage or any types of human intervention.
Medallions that are worn, damaged, washed or refurbished will not exhibit naturally occurred textures like the item featured today.
Known officially as “Rian Sirimongkhon” but due to its unique and iconic shape of a bell, it was more prominently known as “Rian Rakang” which means the Bell-Shaped Medallion.
It is also important to note the meaning of the word “Sirimongkhon”. It is abstractly translated to represent the meaning of “conferring of blessings”.
Highly prominent and sought after! By far one of the most recognizable medallions made in the history of Thai Amulets!
Condition is nothing short of exceptional! The beautiful black oxide plating texture is immaculately retained and the iridescent “piu fai” texture is extremely pleasing to the eye! It is aesthetic perfection!
Highly worthwhile for wearing and collecting due to its well known efficacy and its collector’s value!
When asked why did Luang Por kasem made this batch of medallions at such a unusual shape.. Luang Por Kasem replied that he wishes that with the blessing of the medallion he has consecrated, the bearer would be as “DANG” *(literally translated as loud in Thai but also has the meaning of popular/successful) as the Bell (Rakang) of the temple!
This superb medallion is one of Luang Por Kasem’s TOP TIERED amulets and medallions! YET it is priced very accessibly, reflecting its undervalued status as a highly collectible top tiered amulet that holds great potential for future appreciate!
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD FRAMING!
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