Pra Khunpaen (Supann Buri) - collectors item!

This is one of a half dozen Pra Khunpaen amulets i found at Wat Pah Maha Chanok. Origin; Supannburi. Medium; Clay cement, baked. Size; about 2.5cm high. This is a traditional style Khunpaen made in typical Supann Buri method (baked clay, hand made), according to the ancient ways of making amulets. These amulets were also buried for some years to accumulate power, until they were left or lost in the temple of Wat Pah Maha Chanok. They have been identified as coming from the Prajao U Tong Era, the cement is obviously ancient as it is very hard, dry and smooth to the touch, which is what we call 'sampas phiw kon boran' in Thai, meaning it has been worn against the skin of ancient people - in olden times people did not encase their amulets, they used cloth or leather and left the back face to the air to touch the skin. This sweat and rubbing makes the amulet very smooth and slippery to the touch as well as hard and dry from aging over centuries

I am prepared to distribute a few of these amulets maximum. I once rented one  single one out, for the stupidly cheap price of 60 dollars, which now after recognition and identification cannot be done, for the funds from this amulet will go to help the building of Wat Pah maha Chanok, where they were found. These amulets let me find them for this purpose, i am convinced.
Contact me for details - only few in existence.

To rent an amulet from me, you can use the safe payment methods included in the post, contact me using the contact Button provided, Or Phone +66886799251(Thailand).
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