This is a lovely release from 6 years ago by the rather famous Luang Pu Inn who resides on the Cambodian border called the Prai Dok Din, meaning the prai of earth and flowers. It is actually quite a famous release so I was surprised to find this in a friend's storeroom, and as it is an old release it is very good value.
This striking looking amulet is cast from a mix of male and female bone powders, graveyard earths and fine herbal mixtures to show a seated skeleton holding a dice froma gambling den. The amulet is purposed to help with the risks we take in life, the gambles of living and it has a superb amount of Takrut, 4 to the front and 11 on the back! All these Takrut have been blessed by a Master monk and the back also holds 8 blue-ish pieces of stone to bring value to life in the same way as gold leaf. It is a striking piece being sold at a price that reflects the original cost of the piece from 6 years ago.
It measures 2" and comes with the makers kata.
A lovely old amulet that has never been worn.
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The Prai Dok Din Amulet by Luang Phor In (2015)
Some prai is used for a specific purpose, to aid a certain form of magic that helps people through life, hopefully being beneficial to them along the way in return for merit.