Roop Lor Phra Pra Tan (100th Year Anniversary Batch) – Wat Rakang Kositaram – Year 2515 B.E. – Made of NAWALOHA
Name: Phra Pra Tan Roi Pee
(Image of Lord Buddha ; 100th Year Anniversary Batch)
Blessed by: Mass consecrated by more than 100 top monks
Temple: Wat Rakang Kositaram, Bangkok
Year: 2515 B.E. ( 1972 A.D. )
Material made: Made of NAWALOHA
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ALMOST FLAWLESS WITHOUT ANY SIGNS OF WEAR OR DAMAGE!
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CONTEMPORARY BUDDHA IMAGES!
Known as the “Anusorn Roi Pee” Batch. It was made in commemoration of Somdej Phraphuttajahn Toh 100th Year Anniversary of his passing.
Featured here is: Roop Lor Phrapratan, Made in Nawaloha
Blessed in one of the Grandest Consecrations in the history of Thailand in Year 2515 B.E (1972 A.D.).
More than 100 Great Monks of the previous generation were present during the grand ceremony which is graced by the King and Queen of Thailand! It is blessed in commemoration of Somdej Toh’s 100th Year Anniversary thus it was named Roi Pee.
A notable few holy monks were:
1. Luang Pu Tohk Wat Pradu Chim Plee
2. Luang Por Theerah Wat Paleilai
3. Luang Por Thongyu Wat Nong Pa-Ung
4. Luang Por Tae, Wat Sarm Ngam
5. Phra Kru Lamoon Wat Sadej
6. Somdej Wannarad Wat Phra Chetupon
7. Somdej Phra Phuttakosajahn Wat Radchbophit
8. Luang Por Heng Wat Kallaya
9. Luang Por Nor Wat Klang
10. Luang Por Toon Wat Pho Nimit
11. Luang Pu Thiam, Wat Kasathrathirad
and many more.
The condition of this stunning item is beyond conventional excellence!
To understand this, we must first comprehend how was the item almost 50 years ago.
Amulet as such, are casted using primitive casting methods that involved the pouring of molten alloy into casting mould which will then form the shape of the item. Due to the primitive nature of such casting methods, there are a lot of inconsistencies.
Air pressure which causes bubbling occurs during the casting process making most pieces having a rough and uneven surface with even some items missing important details thus effectively rendering the item “damaged during the casting process”.
To find one piece as this item featured here, in such an immaculate condition, is of incomprehensible difficulty. Noticed the even texture found on the surface? It is a typical example of sheer luck with the right amount of molten alloy being filled in the cast thus preventing bubbles from forming on the surface of the amulet!
Officially known as the 1st Issue Buddha Image distributed from Wat Rakang. It is properly cemented to be one of the preeminent amulets in the contemporary era!
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE VINTAGE SOLID GOLD FRAMING!
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