Phra Nam Ooi KampangPhet 
Pim Udd Kang 
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Come in 3 different model 
1 Pim Udd Kang Nom Sao
2 Pim Udd Kang 
3 Pim without Udd Yant

This is one of the best Kru Buddhas to own, one of a few Kru Amulets to be found in the same vicinity of the Chedi of the Phra Somkor Benjapakee and is 600 years old
Considered to be a replacement for the Phra Somkor Benjapakee as it is chanted, Made of the same Material as Somkor Benjapakee

Phra Putta Sihin Chiang Saen Singh Sam


Phra Putta Sihin Chiang Saen Singh Sam 
700 Years Old 
Size = Knee To Knee 2,5Inch 
High 15cm 
Wide 8cm 
Win 3rd Prize Songkla 23 May 2559
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The Eight Eras follow as such;
• Twaaraawadee
• Sri Vichay
• Lopburi
• Chiang Saen
• Sukhothai
• U Tong
• Ayuttaya
• Rattana Kosin

Before considering risking purchasing an a priceless artifact at high prices, one should know enough about the various periodic styles and methods of making Buddhist Artifacts, Votive Tablets and Sculptures. In order to be able to recognize the origins of an Ancient Amulet, sculpture or other Artifact, it t is important to gather some basic knowledge about the different artistic/historical styles and periods which have left their mark or influence on Thai Buddhist art, as they arose and came to pass. I hope that the synopses I shall give of the different Buddha statues will increase your enjoyment of Thai Buddhist sculpture, and that if you visit Thai temples, you will be able to experience a deeper interaction with the Buddhas in our temples, through your increased understanding and ability to recognize the identity and historical value of each statue.

The Chiang Saen Periodic Buddhist Art style is one of Eight Periodic Styles and also the 1 of the Most Popular – The Chiang Saen period is split into three categories;

Singh Hneung – Recieved influence from the Bhala of India, the body is plump, and the head and topknot has the shape of a semi-opened lotus flower. The hair of the Buddha does not have strands, rather is rounded like a pile of clams. The face is not elongated, and more rounded. The eyebrows are curved and rounded, outward curved protruding nose, obtuse chin, and bulging chest. The Sangkati robe is shirt and hangs over the breast robes, making a swallow tail shaped contour. The Robe covers almost the whole chest.

Singh Sorng – the second period is very similar in compositional elements to the first period, except the Buddha will be less plump. The Sangkati and Civara robe covers less of the torso of the Buddha, reaching only to cover the navel and stomach, but not the chest. The head and topknot is slightly rounder more like a closed lotus.

Singh Sam – the third period changes much more from the original style, resembling much more the Sukhothai Periodic influence. The hairs of the head are more flamed and higher, much more detailed and see the hairlines between the hair and the forehead as fine lines. If a Bucha statue, then the lotus throne will be mostly double or at least with double interspersed petals (2 layered) and with outward curving lines on the lotus throne (protruding outwards away from the statue).

Chiang Saen Ancient Thai Buddhist Periodic Art and amulets are of immense Historic and Religious value, as well as Artistically being one of Thailands great Cultural Inheritances.




Luang Phor Toh Bang Ka Ting
( 三寶公 )
**** Thailand 3 Great Buddha ****
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Win 1st Prize Chiangmai 2558 
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Win 1st Prize Pattaya 18 Oct 2558
Win 1st Prize Loei 8 Nov 2558
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Officially taken out from Chedi in BE2481
Lp Toh Buddha age about 300 years old
Repair of New Chedi in BE2481
Temple give out some amulets for donation , the rest of the amulets were keep back in new chedi and in year BE2510 some amulets was stolen by thieves ,
after that chief monk of temple decided to take out all amulets from chedi and give out for donation 

According to Legend say 
In the Era of lanna lan chang 
Got 3 millionaire brothers that stay in the northern residents and they are follower of Buddhism
They made 3 Holy Buddha name Luang Phor Banglaen , Luang Phor Sorthon & Luang Phor Toh , they invited Brahman to do ritual and chanted the 3 Buddha and place them in the temple 
Many years later Myanmar soilder attack northern of thailand and burn everything , before the solider came , the 3 Buddha when missing in temple and show up in Ping river, then floated all the way from Chiang Dao to Chiang mai , Tak , Kamphaeng Phet and Nakhon Sawan then to Chao Phraya River , hundreds thousands of people saw this Supernatural Miracle
At Chao Phraya River , Bangkok People try to pull up the 3 Buddha from river for 3 day 3 night but nothing can be done .
later on , the 3 Buddha floated to Bang Pakong River and again thousand of people try to use rope and pull up the buddha and nothing can be done again.finally this 3 Holy Buddha floated to 3 different place ….

Luang Phor Toh floated from chao phaya river and goes up to Sam Rong Canal , locals saw this Holy Buddha and pulled up and place it in a rowboat . villagers start to make a wish , telling this Holy Buddha ” Please stop the boat at the place that u wish us to place you ” finally the boat stopped near Wat Bang Kanti 

Luang Phor Sorthon floated to Wat Hong ( Wat Sorthon Wanaram ) , Villagers try to bring up Luang Phor Sorthon but nothing can be done , later on 1 Ajahn came to do a blessing ceremony for Luang Phor Sorthon , he use a thread to tied on Lp Sorthon hand then finally they are able to put up this Holy Buddha and place it in Wat Hong ( Wat Sorthon Wanaram )

Luang Phor Banglaen floated to Mae Klong River Samudsong kam ,and fisherman put up the Buddha then bring go Wat Bang Laen



Phra Putta Sihin BE2530
Win 3rd Prize Chaeng Wattana 8 May 2559
Blok Ket Bua Tu ( Lotus Head )
Wat Mahathat
Nakhon Si Thammarat
Same mixture and ceremony as Jatukam Ramathep first batch
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Lp Poon Wat Ban Paen
Phra KunPaen Roon Sao Ha BE2553
Pim Lek with 1 Gold Takrut Dok Mai Thong
Come with Original Temple Box

Takrut Dok Mai Thong is endowed 5 great ability other than protection;
Maha Saney (ability to attract opposite sex)
Maha Metta (ability of great loving kindness)
Maha Niyom (ability of great popularity influence)
Klaew Kard (ability to avoid dangers or misfortunes)
Ka Khai (ability to enhance business and selling)

Lp Sri Meung IntawannoWat Khun Thod


Lp Sri Meung IntawannoWat Khun Thod
Province Suphanburi
1st Batch Phra KunPaen BE2542
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LP Sri Meung Intawanno is a disciple of LP Boon, LP Boi and LP Krean. These three grand masters are respected guru monks of the Suphan Buri region. Suphan Buri is the province famed for the Khun Paen temple – Wat Ban Krang. LP Boon (LP Sri Meung’s master), a disciple of Som Parn, Wat Ban Krang (abbot of Wat Ban Krang) was taught all of the traditional visha (of Khun Paen’s method) for activating the sacred image of Kuman Thong. LP Sri Meung learnt all the visha of creating Kuman Thong from his great master LP Boon. When LP Boon passed away more than 40 years old ago, LP Sri Meung inherited from the old master his whole set of old Lanna scripts documenting the complete set of ancient visha methods that Khun Paen created for consecrating the powerful Kuman Thong. LP Sri Meung is a reclusive guru monk known for his powerful visha and effective Kuman Thongs in the Suphan Buri province. Although he has learnt the original visha of creating Kuman Thongs, he is humble and does not seek fame.

Lp Prom Wat Kanon Neur


Lp Prom Wat Kanon Neur 
Rian Lang Hanuman Nur ThongDeang BE2524
Blok Niyom 
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Luang Po Prom was born on Saturday 20 Oct 2456. He was the second child among his 8 other siblings. During his birth, an astrologer who was invited to foretell his future mentioned that he was a child with good merits and will grow up to become a key person with high regards in religion fields.

He was given the name Prom. During his childhood, his interests seemed to be different from that of other children at his age. He learnt about magical writings and rituals from his father, Mr. Suwan who has been through monkhood and learnt under Lang Po Kan (2415-2486) of Wat Nok Gra Jaap. Luang Po Kan also brought Mr. Suwan to see and learn from Luang Po Suk, Wat Makam Tao. Mr. Suwan’s expertise included spells of Kong Ka Pan (invincible), Maha Ut (great ability to stop danger or misfortune), Bang Kap Pee (suppress ghost), removal of black magic and Thai astrology.

Mr. Suwan was introduced to Lang Po Kan by Abbot Saeng who was one of his preceptors. At that time, Lang Po Kan was only 25 years older than Mr. Suwan but Lang Po Suk was already more than 50 years his senior.

As a child, Luang Po Prom had a strong sense of responsibility and obeyed to whatever his parents asked him to do. He also had strong compassionate towards animals. At the age of 15 years old, he already started to make some consecrated objects using herbs to give to a few of his friends. The consecrated objects happened to be proven to be effective when a fight took place between his friends and another group of boys at a temple fair. There were no injuries on the body of the boys wearing the herb balls despite being stabbed by sharp objects.

During that time, robbers were also common and there was a group of notorious robbers known as “Tiger Gang”. This group of robbers are said to possess ‘invincible’ talisman which normal weapons cannot harmed them. There were not enough law enforcers to stop this group of notorious robbers at that time. Then, news of this group of robbers approaching their village soon spread. The villagers decided to appoint Luang Po Prom as the leader to protect their village with his skills in magical formulas. Eventually, the robbers cancelled their plan when they heard that they will be facing the young boy with great ‘magical powers’.

Luang Po Prom lives a normal life but he continues to practice magic with his father Mr. Suwan. At the age of 20, he had the intention to join the army but was sent to work as an apprentice at the railway station by his father.

He was well like by his superiors and elders at work but eventually he decided to abort the life in a city and returned to his hometown.

He entered monkhood on 6 March 2479 at the age of 23 years old in Wat Kanon Neur. By then, he already had a handful of devotees and believers as he was already well known for his magical and miracle acts. The donations he received were all used to restore the temple which was quite run-down at that time. The abbot at Wat Kanon Neur then was Arjan Chum. He encouraged Luang Po Prom to go out to learn other skills or magical arts without having to worry for his commitments to the temple chores.

Luang Po Prom stayed in Wat Kanon Neur for a few Phansa (seasons) before his father suggested to him to go and learn from Luang Po Kan at Watt Nok Grap Jaap as he was also an ex-disciple in that temple.

Luang Po Kan taught the art of using rope to make effective talisman and making talisman using cloth and knots. Each day, Luang Po Prom only studied for a few hours and he devoted the rest of the time to help temple duties and practice meditation.

After some constant practice, he left Luang Po Kan to go to Saraburi province to seek knowledge from Luang Po Am, Wat Ngee Ngam who is well-known for his Wicca Khom (ancient Khmer magic) and mind reading techniques on human and animals. Luang Po Am was also well verse in all kinds of medical herbs. He taught the knowledge to Luang Po Prom as he told him that it is useful for a monk to possess medical knowledge on herbs especially during Tudong (walking pilgrimage)

One day, Luang Po Am decided to teach the skill of alchemy to Luang Po Prom. He let him hold a crowbar which weighed about 10 kg. After that, he took him to a pond within the temple compound. Luang Po Am told Luang Po Prom that everything in this world is make of a single or combination of elements. If one’s concentration in meditation is high, one can unite or break up the elements by: change heavy to light, change hot to cold or change liquid form to solid form and vice-versa.

Luang Po Am then tied more weights to the crowbar and recited the leverage katha (mantra), after which he threw the crowbar into the pond. The crowbar sank immediately but just after a while it floated onto the surface. Luang Po Prom was delighted to see this phenomenon. Luang Po Am explained to Luang Po Prom that he was ready to receive this knowledge. He added that nothing is permanent and things can changed from one state to another in just a short time. It wasn’t long before Luang Po Prom mastered this skill.

Luang Po Am also taught the skill of ‘haste walking’ to Luang Po Prom. He explained this is a useful and essential especially in ancient time where transportation was a problem. It will also assist monks who go into Tudong to reach their destinations at a shorter time. After that, he encouraged Luang Po Prom to go for Tudong so that he can mediate in the forest to achieve another level of meditation skill.

Luang Po Prom then went on for Tudong with 6 other monks to the Northern part of Thailand. They travelled all the way to Buriram and back to Nakorn Nayok province. Other stories were mentioned on his journey including how he found Lek Lai as well as how he read a villager’s mind on his intention to test his level of achievements by poisoning the food offered to him.

Creating Sacred Objects

The first batch of sacred objects consecrated by Luang Po Prom was in year 2494. It was mainly for devotees whom participated in the merit-making ceremony. Later batches of his consecrated objects consist of a series of images of Narai, Hanuman (Monkey Deity) and Singha (a type of lion) style.

Experiences on wearing his consecrated objects

There are many miracle stories on the wearers of his consecrated objects especially on Kong Ka Pan (Invincible) and avoidance of danger.

Among the more popular ones were Rian (coin pendant) Narai, Rian with image of Hanuman Goes to War, Rian Yant Kao Yort or Yant Kru (only 60 pieces were made from 5 rounds of mould pouring)

Luang Po Prom learnt about the methods of worshiping and consecrating Narai amulets from his father with also knowledge from Abbot Saeng on ancient weapon Yant. Most of the miracle stories come from the batch of year 2509 Narai.

In one of the stories, it was about a boat man named Tai who made a living by being a river taxi boatman. One night in year 2511, he picked up 3 able-bodied men who he had not seen before among his handful of regular customers. Halfway through the journey, the men wanted to rob him of his valuables and his boat. He was fired 3 gun shots before he escaped by jumping into the water.

The next day, Tai was found floating on the water with his face facing down into the water by a woman doing her morning cooking at her house along the river side. After pulling him up from the river, the rescuers thought he was already dead. But after a close exam, they found that he was still alive with no visible injuries at all. They wanted to know what ‘good stuff’ he was wearing and it was a year 2509 Narai Rian made by Luang Po Prom. Words of the effectiveness of Luang Po Prom’s amulets soon passed around. It not only helps the wearer to escape from calamity but also allow him to stay alive even when being submerged in water for a long time.

Another real story of the 2509 Narai Rian involved a boy who looked after calf and cows. One day while he was out with his calf, there was a sudden thunder storm and lightning strike the boy. The incident occurred as the boy was in the open and he was having a belt with a metal buckle. When villagers rushed to retrieve the boy, they saw his metal buckle melted but there were no visible injuries on the boy.
There are still many other stories surrounding his other batches of consecrated objects. Anyone who owns one of his amulets is consider to have a treasure in his/her life. Luang Po Prom consecrated his amulets with concentration meditation methods just like that of Luang Po Toh (Wat Pradoo Chimpee), Luang Po Doo (Wat Sakae) and Luang Po Jong.

He passed away on 27 January 2534. His body is still in a glass coffin in Wat Kanon Neur without being cremated after all these years. Till date, there are still many of the miracle stories on his consecrated objects that helped devotees to bring in wealth and wearers especially children to escape from harm or danger.

Many Great Monks Such as 
Lp Toh Wat Pradoochimplee , Lp Kuay Wat Kositaram , Lp Si Wat Sakae , Lp Nay Wat Ban Chang
have also mention that Lp Prom of Wat Wat Kanon Neur have make Great Narai Amulets and have Great Magical Art

SiHuHaTa Bucha BE2556





Wat Par Tad Kaed Keow Juramanee
SiHuHaTa Bucha BE2556
Made 99pcs Only
Height 31cm by Wide 16cm
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Chanted by
KB Boonyang Wat Huai NamWon
KB KamFan Wat Korchoke
KB Sa Ngor Wat Ta Nam Lom and Many Others

Come with Takrut Chai SamPaTi ( Metta & Chok Lap )
Mix Powder KB Onn Ashes
Wan 108
Pong Yai Jindamani and many others

Phra Putta MaRaWiChai Wat RatYaTiSaTan BE2539


Phra Putta MaRaWiChai Wat RatYaTiSaTan BE2539
Nur Thong PaSom Pid Thong
Knee To Knee 9 inches
Height 20 inches
Base 13.5 Inches 
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Wat Rat Ya Ti Sa Tan is a ancient temple in Ayutthaya
Made by Mr. Chao Koa Ngern
Phra Bucha Putta MaRaWiChai Wat RatYaTiSaTan Made in year 2539 for the King Rama 9 for his 50 year of reign
This Bucha is Not allowed to copy or reproduce without permission from the authority

Phra KunPaen Bai Sema


Phra KunPaen Bai Sema
Kru Wat Montien
Above 400 Years Old
Win 2nd Prize Phitsanulok 3 April 2559
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In the old capital of Ayuthaya ProvincePhra Khun Paen Amulets were also found at these 3 historical place

1. At Wat Yai Chai Mongkol ( Many Different Pim )

2. At Wat Montien Khun Paen Pim Bai Sema

3. At Wat Rajaburana Khun Paen Bai Phutsa Nur Chin