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Rian Roon Rek (1st Issue Medallion) – Por Tarn Keow – Year 2513 B.E.

Name: Rian Roon Rek (1st Issue Medallion)

Blessed by: Por Tarn Keow

Temple: Wat Rong Bon, Nakhon Si Thammarat

Year: 2513 B.E. (1970 A.D.)

Material made: Made of COPPER with PLATED GOLD (Thong Daeng Kalai Thong)

Remarks:

EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF THE TOP TIERED MEDALLIONS OF NAKHON SI THAMMARAT!
ONE OF THE “RIAN YOD NIYOM” (MOST POPULAR MEDALLIONS) OF THE INDUSTRY!

We find it difficult to articulate how beautiful and original this medallion is. Photos simply do not do any justice!

This beautiful medallion is easily one of the most beautiful 1st Issue Medallion of Por Tarn Keow we have ever chanced upon! Known to be one of the most sought after amulet of Nakhon Si Thammarat!

The condition is absolutely stunning! A top tiered collector’s piece! Medallions made decades ago usually have the original gold plating texture diminished or the original material corroded! To find a piece as original and as stunning as this featured piece is one of the very rare occurrences to be encountered! 

All important details are very distinctive and most importantly, the texture is immaculately preserved and almost flawless!

“Por Tarn Keow, The Holy Monk of the South..”

Ordained as a monk since his early twenties, Por Tarn Keow cultivated and studied while pilgrimaging through many forests in South Thailand.

Extremely well known among locals as a holy monk, multiple miracles were documented.. but none as remarkable as the one that defies the laws of biology, which will be soon explained.

Por Tarn Keow passed away at the age of approximately 95 years old in Year 2519 B.E. (1976 A.D.) after ordaining as a monk for more than 70 years. After his demise, as per Buddhist traditions, the disciples prepare to cremate Por Tarn Keow’s body.

Defying laws of biology, Por Tarn Keow’s body did not manage to be incinerated despite being in flames for a prolonged period of time. What is even more astonishing is that even the saffron robes donned by Por Tarn Keow did not manage to burn! Spectators and temple committee members were astounded thus they ceased the cremation immediately and brought Por Tarn Keow’s body back to the temple.

Today, the holy body of Por Tarn Keow is housed within a glass coffin, seemingly unchanged from the day of the cremation 40 odd years ago.

This is a piece we cannot recommend enough! Priced extremely well for a medallion of such collectability and excellence!

INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD FRAMING!

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