Monday, July 25, 2011

Out of the Ordinary Thai Buddhist Amulets - Photos

Here are some rather rare and even odd Buddhist amulets we have from Thailand. Thailand has such a variety of amulets because their religious base is really coming from 3 different sources... Theravada Buddhism, Hinduism, and Animism. There are also various black magic - dark magic type beliefs that creep into many Thais belief system.

Anyway, here are some of the more interesting amulets we have for sale, and have had for sale. If you like any of these and would like to buy one of them have a look at our main site: ThaiAmuletSales (.com) and order there.

An odd looking Buddha in waterproof case. We actually like this one!

Ganesha!

Lersi - but he looks like a demon, not the
usual Lersi ascetic monk we know and love!

Jatukam Ramathip

Another Jatukam Ramathip

Lersi head in waterproof plastic case

Colorful Lersi head in waterproof amulet case

A Som Dej Buddha as a subset of a large oval amulet.

This one is going to sell out soon - everyone loves the emerald Buddhas!

Luang Phor Kun in a turtle shell amulet case

Amazing lotus shaped Buddha amulet - we love this one too.

We have sold all but 2 of these silver Buddhas already

This is a popular shield shape - and this Buddha also is nearly sold out.

Very odd shaped Buddha amulet - but we like it.

Ok, time to change our camera - this camera is junk compared to our last Sony.
This Tiger amulet is really quite nice, not cheap looking like this makes it appear. Sigh...

Not quite sure WHAT this is... it's a Thai amulet though, that much is sure.

Strange shaped Buddha

Cool shaped Buddha

The face on this Buddha is a little odd.
Not sure if maybe this style came from another country
- possibly Gambusha (Cambodia) or Myanmar (Burma).


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