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PAMPZ804 : Powerful Small Wooden Nok Koom Statue - Collection of Protection & Wealth (Wat Bangphra, Nakhon Pathom Province)
with Katha: PROTECT_LPPern
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Size 6.5 cm x 10 cm
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Subtotal 39.99 USD



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Do not miss this powerful sculpture!

100% Authentic from Temple

Name: Small Wooden Nok Koom Statue

From: Wat Bang Phra, Nakhon Pathom Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E. 2555 (C.E. 2012)

Material: wood

Size: 6.5 cm x 10 cm

Purpose of Making: to use the money for developing and restoring Wat Bang Phra

Ceremony: The present abbot of Wat Bang Phra blessed this sculpture and wrote cabalistic script on it by himself.

Power: People believe Nok Koom is very powerful having strong power of protection. Nok Koom Amulet will make the people safe from fire, dangers, natural disasters, etc. Moreover, this Nok Koom sculpture bring good luck that will make its owner run business well and have a lot of customers.

Information about Wat Bang Phra:
Wat Bang Phra, the ancient temple is located in Nakhon Pathom Province. This temple was built in Ayutthaya Era about B.E. 2220 (C.E. 1677). There is the ancient chapel where has Buddha statue made of red sandstone called “Luang Por Sitti MongKol” and elaborate mural.

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