Takrut Chuak Sarika BE 2466 - Luang Phor Suk
Takrut Luang Phor Suk Guranteed 100% genuine for life. This is the smallest of all his takruts and also one of the most affordable that is if you can find them, they are very rare indeed, in fact much rarer than the slightly larger 1.5 inch takrut which typically now sells at about 1,000 USD.
Takrut amulets created by Luang Poo Suk of Wat Pak Klong Makhamtao, one of Thailand’s most sacred monks, were often made of mixed lead known in Thai as “Chin Tagua”.
They are commonly covered with either black laquer and/or braid.
These amulets are now well over 80 years in age, Luang Phor Suk having passied away in BE 2466.
The mixed lead, Chin Tagua, is essentially composed of mercury mixed with lead (plates) and it is known that Luang Phor Suk would spend as much as 7 days smelting and consecrating the mixture.