Medium to Large scale Religious Buddhist Statue / Images
Phor-Po-Ror with Thai Royal Temple emblem 2500 B.E. FRONT VIEW (103k Jpeg)
It was a produce of Wat Boworrniweitch, Bangkok REAR SECTION VIEW (100k Jpeg)
The Buddha Image with a Thai Royal emblem is sounded something like "Yi-Sip-Har (25) Sadawat/Sattawas" but recently I have found a more accurate reference where it is sounded like Phor Po Ror 2500 B.E. Edition from Wat Boworniwetch, Bangkok.. I roughly know the meaning and origin. It is aged around 49 years old, it was a gift from Uncle Wichien when I shifted in my New OFFICE. I brought my earlier 18 years old Nang Kwak along from downstairs old office with some other gifts (amulets) from friends. One of the old Nang Kwak is shown below. The Phra Tath (Buddha sacred Relics) is from my house (which has multiplying from 5 pieces to 28 now; Uncle gave me another set of five first generation (his) in vibrant of colours, I installed them at home and move the previous cherished units to office). The old Nang Kwak was from a pretty Thai lady Miss Mongkolwan. G. She was disposing some excellent Buddha images/statues and amulets on behalf of her friend's father (those for my China friends mentioned in Wichien's Soomdej page 7 were from her.). Note: some background on 25 Sadawat/Sattawas Phra Leela
During a recent trip to Chiangmai in 2007. I was trying to locate another Buddha image for a friend in China for the new house. Weerapong and I went to the large amulet market and instantly we both were caught with this 7" Buddha image. The seller was quite persistent in price and after long session of negotiation, I think the seller could have known it was also a gem in his disposable collections at the stall. Based on theunique color of bronze cast metal and the shape of the mold, estimated it was approx. than 200 years old. True enough, we took Buddha image and asked for some Myanmar old folks at Chiangmai as well as another six Burmese friends of our friend Tut, none of them can recognized the old scripts inscribed at the base of this Buddha. But they told us it was a script of ancient Burmese era. A friend later told me may be that was Shan Scripts, or Tai Yai or Tai Long, used in Northern Eastern region of Myanmar today (or Burma during the old times). Enjoy.
Shown is a very old age Nang Kwak image, as reflects by the hairstyle which is typically a pre-RAMA I era. Thai believes every Nang Kwak supposes has a name on her own. This Nang Kwak has a name too, as "Soomporn" - this is also a very very old Thai name for lady. It is HEAVY, all metal construction. Some Thai believes she like things every lady likes, such as perfume and my Thai lady friend (Datin Pratinya) even suggested to me I should serve her with a cherry-red syrub drinks such as F&N FANTA canned drink, as this is her favorite..Errr....
Credit:- Katha for Nang Kwak, courtesy of my friend, Datin Pratinya
Omm Pu Chao Kaow Keao Mi-Look Sau Khun Diao
Ci wa Nang KwakChaiHin Chai Rak
Yin hen Yin Tak Pa Ku Pai Kar
Teng Meng Man Kar Hua Wen Ketai Sen Tar Nan
Sam Ren Krab Pan, Ren Pian Set-Ti
Sam Pee Ren bian Sam Pau Thong
Phra Suk Teh Ka Khun Diao
Luang Phor Thuad
Archan Tim, WAT CHANGHAI
A very good and close friend has asked for favor to get a LP Thuad for house installation. I took the chance to visit uncle Wichian hundreds of miles away and he offered this lovely, but all herb bodied Luang Phot Thuad.
PHRA SAMUT TAK-Koh-DOM
WAT Nam Phra
The Statue was said to be from a distance temple Wat Nam Phra. It was offered to Uncle Wichian a couple of ten years ago while went along with a group of enthuasists. The Temple Abbot only offered unlce and none of the friends was offered one. It was meant for my Son's house as installation.
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THAI BRONZE BASED BUDDHIST STATUE LP NGERN, FA KAM RONG LIMITED EDITION
This is a rather rare Luang Phor Ngern bronze image of Wat Bangklang temple, Pigit, Thailand. Measuring approx. 7" in height and 5" in width base. Known as series of "FA-KAM-RONG" or meaning "The Thunder" because when blessed on year 1991; the sky has loud thunder thougout the process of official blessing on finishing. This statue has a serial number that maked in thai numeral at 872 ( years 1991 Limited Edition and believed to have only 999 pieces were produced and give only committee members of the temple for private distribution). The inscriptions on the item is monk LOGO, TEMPLE LOGO and Name of "Luang Por Ngern" whom bless on this item which lasted 3 months with inviting guests from other temples. This image is installed at my office.
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Credit: To all the good people who have contributed their own experience, resources or those who are kind enough in granting us the permission to use their images that appeared on this site. Mr. Wichian Phetratanamunee® (+6-012-2612207 (Malaysia);+66(0)74-421248 Thailand), my master and mentor all these years. My friend, Mr. Ho Fook Sang® from Ipoh, Perak (+06-0125388633, +605-5415433) who has been helping me all this long with wonderful source of information on Thai Buddha Imageries; my partner, Mr. Paul Lim, who shares the same passion together with me. Uncle Lim®, from TONG SOON Trading, Pudu Plaza (+06-012-9128391) who has given me some guidance relating to the background of some of the Thai amulets and lastly, Miss MaeV who helped me edit and patching some mistakes found on some of the pages in this site. Mr. Alan Tan "Arohka®" who contributes some of his excellent articles fro this site, Mr. Weerapong Srivichai®, (+6609999974) from Chiangmai News Co. Ltd. who has inspired me with so many new findings on Thai Amulets; Mr. "Ben", Col. Samay, Mdm Wannee, Mr. Adisak® & many others (such as Stan Thong (StanSLThong@yahoo.com), Raymond Goh(email@example.com), Tony EH (firstname.lastname@example.org)etc... who share so much passion towards construction of this website and not to mention all the time and effort spent by volunteered Co-Maintainers of the Message Board. Note: Certain content and images appeared on this site were taken by using a Canon PowerShot Pro-1, G2 and Sony digital cameras. Some materials appeared on this site were scanned from some leaflets, brochures or publications published in Thai and/or contribution from surfers who claimed originality of their work for educational purposes. The creator of the site will not be responsible for any discrepancies that may arise from such dispute except rectifying them after verification. Site made with an Apple IMac.