This is how Panneng should be, beautiful and discrete. The three styles currently listed have just been made by Phor Noi Tan, one of the Masters of Phra Ajarn Tay and what a fine job he has made.
Panneng are items from legend and one of the more ancient forms of necromancy practiced in Thailand. Originally, they were used as a belt buckle or stitched together with corpse hair to form a vest of extreme power during times of war but magic moves with the changing demands of society. The Wicha for the old type still exists and they had the power to kill but for the modern day demands of devotees, these from Phor Noi Tan bring mostly attraction, enchantment and great fortune.
This Panneng is to the Nang Prai, one of my favourite spells and it shows a carved and painted long haired Lady with fine scripting on each side. The back holds a fine matrix of bone and earths into which has been pressed 7 Takrut. The whole thing was then placed in an oil for Saneah. With a Nang Prai Panneng, the sexual attraction and enchantment element has been raised through the use of different Takrut and the adaptation of the resident spirit, so this one will also offer wishes and good fortune, which is usual with a Nang Prai.
Measures 2.75" and comes with Phra Ajarn Tay's Panneng kata.
Fantastic to see some good Panneng after so long....
A Superb Nang Prai Panneng Amulet by Phor Noi Tan
Panneng are made up of spiritually active piece of skull and their use dates back to ancient times when they were either worn as a belt buckle or even a vest with the sections attached to each other using corpse hair.
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.