Luang Pu Toh (1887-1981)
Height: 35 cm | width: 24 cm | depth: 20 cm
Luang Phor Thuad (1582 - 1682)
Height: 21 cm | width: 13 cm | depth: 12 cm
This impressive illustration by the famous Thai monk Luang Phor Thuad (1582 - 1682) is made of sandstone and is lovingly worked and coloured down to the smallest detail. He is a revered Buddhist monk who lived in Siam.
For example, he could change salt water into drinking water and many people believe that amulets made in his image bring good luck and health.
Luang Phor Toh (1787-1872)
Height: 22 cm | width: 15 cm | depth: 12 cm
This impressive illustration by the famous Thai monk Luang Phor Toh (1787 - 1872) is made of sandstone, lovingly worked and coloured down to the smallest detail. Luang Phor Toh was the most famous and popular monk in Thailand in the 19th century.
According to tradition, he was an illegitimate son of Rama II and the religious master of Rama IV. He achieved his legendary fame not only because of his intelligence and popularity in all circles of the population, but also because of his alleged ability to give his amulets a special effectiveness.