A very detailed oval shaped brass Luang Phor Tuad amulet on a string of
beads made up of Chinese Glass Beads and imitation silver beads and
Necklace is 40cm drop plus the amulet which is 6cm high by 4cm wide by 1.5cm.
Materials amulet, plastic case, chinese glass beads, aged silver colour metal beads.
Phor Tuad was born in 1582 and died 1682 in Ayer Kala, Lenggong, Perak,
Malaysia. He is a revered Buddhist monk who lived in Siam. He is said
to have performed miracles.
Many people in Thailand, Singapore
and Malaysia believe that amulets depicting Luang Pu Thuat hold great
protective powers granting safety in times of distress, especially
saving the lives of believers from seemingly fatal automobile accidents.
best amulets are created at individual Wats (Thai Buddhist temples) and
blessed by the Wats' leading monk. The more important the Wat and the
more famous the monk, the stronger the blessing, of course. Amulets can
protect you from a whole catalogue of occurrences, they can bring you
good health, wealth, a happy family and almost anything you can imagine.
The average Thai will have several; some to wear, some to have around
the house, some for the car and anywhere else they think necessary.
Post costs are high from Australia. If postage is less than my estimate I will refund the difference to you.