☆STICKY☆ Common Thai Amulets / Buchas Materials

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onionaut

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Common Thai Amulets / Buchas Materials
  • Loha - Alloy
  • Nur Thong Kam - Gold
  • Nur Thong Ngern - Silver
  • Nur Thong Daeng - Copper
  • Nur Thong Leaung - Brass
  • Nur Samlit - Bronze
  • Nur Takua - Lead
  • Mekaphat - A type of alloy
  • Mekhasit - Mercury
  • Kanlonghin - A type of alloy
  • Lek Lai - A legendary metal with magical properties
  • Phong - Powder based
  • Nur Phong Kesorn - Jasmine powder
  • Nur Wan - Herbs
  • Nur Phong Kammathan - Holy incense powder
  • Nur Din - earth/clay
  • Nur Phong Bailan - Burnt sutra leaves (from old sutra books)
  • Nur Chanuan - Sacred metallic artifacts and yantra foils smelted into a sacred alloy
  • Nur Nawa Loha - 9 sacred metals
  • Nur Sadta Loha - 7 sacred metals
  • Nur Benja Loha - 5 sacred metals
  • Nur Sam Ga Sat - Tri-colored metals
  • Nur Mai - Wood
  • Nur GraBerng - Tile
  • Nur GraDook - Bone
  • Nur Yok - Jadeite
  • Nur Rakang - Smelted bell material
  • Gelai Ngern - Silver plated
  • Gelai Thong - Gold plated
  • Gelai Narp - Rose gold plated
  • Loha Sanim Daeng - Iron, Red rust
  • Loha Sanim Khiaw - Iron with malachite, Green rust
 
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waterslager

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Common Thai Amulets / Buchas Materials
  • Loha - Alloy
  • Nur Thong Kam - Gold
  • Nur Thong Ngern - Silver
  • Nur Thong Daeng - Copper
  • Nur Thong Leaung - Brass
  • Nur Samlit - Bronze
  • Nur Takua - Lead
  • Mekaphat - A type of alloy
  • Mekhasit - Mercury
  • Kanlonghin - A type of alloy
  • Lek Lai - A legendary metal with magical properties
  • Phong - Powder based
  • Nur Phong Kesorn - Jasmine powder
  • Nur Wan - Herbs
  • Nur Phong Kammathan - Holy incense powder
  • Nur Din - earth/clay
  • Nur Phong Bailan - Burnt sutra leaves (from old sutra books)
  • Nur Chanuan - Sacred metallic artifacts and yantra foils smelted into a sacred alloy
  • Nur Nawa Loha - 9 sacred metals
  • Nur Sadta Loha - 7 sacred metals
  • Nur Benja Loha - 5 sacred metals
  • Nur Sam Ga Sat - Tri-colored metals
  • Nur Mai - Wood
  • Nur GraBerng - Tile
  • Nur GraDook - Bone
  • Nur Yok - Jadeite
  • Nur Rakang - Smelted bell material
  • Gelai Ngern - Silver plated
  • Gelai Thong - Gold plated
  • Gelai Narp - Rose gold plated
  • Loha Sanim Daeng - Iron, Red rust
  • Loha Sanim Khiaw - Iron with malachite, Green rust
May I inquire about shin material? What are they actually and what properties do they have naturally? Thanks!
 

jensen3112

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Seniors, what is num lerk material? It's metal with rainbow colours, what composite would that be? Tks
Num Lerk means pour mould or moulded at blessing ceremony...rather than the composition of material...I think u might be referring to Lek Lai if you are referring to the surface having a rainbow effect?

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waterslager

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Num Lerk means pour mould or moulded at blessing ceremony...rather than the composition of material...I think u might be referring to Lek Lai if you are referring to the surface having a rainbow effect?

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Thanks Bro Jensen for clarifying. No, the piece I have is not lek lai. It looks like a blackish copper rian but with reddish and greenish surface on most part of its body. I was told it's Num Lerk and I took that as the material composite of the amulet rather than the process of consecration....:thank-you-soldier-baby-emoticon:
 

DannyBoi92

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I am super new to these amulets and would like to ask if anyone could help me identify what these amulets are and what are their uses? Thinking of borrowing one from my Cousin and if anyone could help me, I’d be very thankful.
You should create a thread with the I.D. tag and provide clear images of the amulets that you want identified. Good luck!
 
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