A rare type of amulet.
This amulet is called a 'Pid Taa Kraduk Phi' and it contains the bone powder of a famous Kruba called Kruba Intaa who died many years ago. The Pid Taa is usually portrayed as the seated Buddha covering his eyes but here that seated figure is a roughly cast skeleton. By closing his eyes he is not seeing what the bearer of the amulet gets up to, so it is like an amulet of forgiveness and Metta, almost as if the amulet is waiting for the devotee to learn to stick to the 5 precepts and the Buddhist way of life.
By using the bone powder of a famous old Kruba from Lamphun, a huge amount of force has been employed to help the bearer of this talisman and it is for Metta, so that people treat you with loving kindness. It is unusual to use the bone powder of a famous monk in this way but the effect of it is superb.
An exceptional piece of work that measures 2.5" and comes with a prai kata to bring the spirit of Kruba Intaa forward. It is also essential to use Namo Dtassa with this piece.
A Pit Taa Ghost Bone Amulet with the Prai of Kruba Intaa
Pure Buddhist amulets can also have Prai materials and here they are used as a pure source of power to pass on the desired Buddhist attributes such as Metta.
I offer a 30 days return policy with a refund on receipt of the item but for some items I cannot do that as they need blessing again by the maker, some of whom I do not know personally. This is a problem with spiritual items but I will always endeavor to help where I can.