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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Mai Thaw Ngiu Dam, Roi Pet, Phor Mor Chau Nan - Committee Batch

Featuring a new collection of mine. Mai Thaw Ngiu Dam, Roi Pet by Phor Mor Chau Nan. This committee batch just made a total of 9 pieces.


The sared materials used are;

1. Head and bottom made of metal ( bronze )

2. Body from Kayu Penawar Hitam ( Not Kemuning )

3. The wood approx. 39 cm.

4. Sacred materials used ( according to Tok Raja traditional ways )

    - gold and copper needle ( all materials inserted in top only )
    - 1 piece of lead and 1 piece of copper plate
    - 2 pieces of kradat wau with khata akhom
    - tiger's fore head skin and fur
    - porcupine's spike ( taken from dried coconut tree )
    - a piece of dried bunga senduduk putih ( soaked in belangkas oil )
    - sand from 7 Kelantan both.
    - Long Phor Daeng of Wat Kok Sai robes. ( Tok Raja real disciple )
    - Tied with Sai Sin from Phutapisek ceremony.
    - a piece of;
           - buluh tumpat
           - tempurung buta
           - rattan used in Fan Look Mit ceremony.
           - pat nar thang
           - lek lai
           - lek nam pi



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