Wednesday, December 16, 2015

(code:5983) ~ Wat Phra Kaew ~ Excellent Collection Set Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot Nur Brass BE 2553.

This is Stunning of Collection Set Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot Nur Brass, strongly blessed byTop Monks at Wat Phra Keaw in year BE2553. This sacred Collection Set of Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot is made from sacred Brass materials in Golden and Green Jade skin colour. Featured with Collection Set Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot with design of Hot Season clothing, Rainy Season clothing and Cool Season clothing. Featured sacred Holy materials at base. 
 Wat Phra Kaew ~ Temple of the Emerald Buddha, full official name Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram, is regarded as the most sacred Royal Temple in Thailand. It is located in the historic centre of Bangkok within the precincts of the Grand Palace.
Thai Amulets Code: 5983
Monk: Mass Chanted
Temple: Wat Phra Kaew.
Special: This is Stunning of Collection Set Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot Nur Brass (Height 3cm & 3.3cm) strongly blessed byTop Monks at Wat Phra Keaw in year BE2553. This sacred Collection Set of Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot is made from sacred Brass materials in Golden and Green Jade skin colour. Featured with Collection Set Phra Emerald Buddha Marakot with design of Hot Season clothing, Rainy Season clothing and Cool Season clothing. Featured sacred Holy materials at base. Supplied with temple box and Casing. I highly recommend to you.
Effect: Increase luck tremendously, Wealth fetching, Good in business, Strong Protection from harm and danger, Good opportunity and successful in everything that you do, Bring good luck and protection in your daily life.
Price:

SOLD, Thanks for support.jcph
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See info of Wat Phra Kaew in my temple journey blog at:
http://dhammapath.blogspot.com/2010/04/wat-phra-kaew-temple-of-emerald-buddha.html
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