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Old 16-06-2012, 20:59   #14
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Originally Posted by Maha Phrom View Post
Thank you very much to those kind bros and sis who have responded.

I would like to emphasize that each piece of Phra Kring is different in appearance and remains unpolished, after breaking away the clay layer in the mould. The amulet may not turn out to be perfect nor beautiful as it is produced by the traditional lost-wax casting technique, no polishing nor touch-up. Please be aware that every piece may have some blemishes, casting flaws and defects as part of the casting process.

As for the merit making/donation at Wat Manicholakhan, there is no temple receipt being issued as I will be putting the money into the temple donation box. Your kind understanding will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
How much for the silver? Nawa? samlit? Thanks.
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