Just Picked Up a VERY Nice Luang Phor Tuad Cutaway Shield Amulet

Luang Phor Tuad (Pu Thuat) amulet in white shield design with plastic waterproof case.
Rare and exceptionally well crafted Luang Phor Tuad amulet from Southern Thailand Theravada Temple, Wat Tham Seua.

So glad we went to the temple today – at Wat Tham Seua because we found a LPT – Luang Phor Tuad (Thuat) amulet like we haven’t seen there before. We have seen a cheap copy in Bangkok at a street market one time, and they wanted 9,900 THB. The detail was missing, so we knew it was fake right away.

This one is genuine – there is a lot of detail and the case seems made for the amulet. This is how an LPT amulet looks like when made at the temple. We purchased it and asked for more – no, no more. They only found this one in the back with their amulet supplies and didn’t have anything else to sell like it. I love when that happens – when we are able to find a rare amulet and there are no more to buy either. That means people are saving them at home and there won’t be a group of them for sale, just every now and then. That keeps the value high on this amulet.

We will put it up at our main site at this page – Luang Phor Tuad (Thuat) Cutaway Shield – but maybe we will sell it here on this page too fast to do that. This is what usually happens with the good amulets.

This is an original and not a copy. Found at Wat Tham Seua (Tiger Cave Temple) in Southern Thailand’s Krabi Province, and Krabi Noi Subdistrict. Luang Phor Tuad is a very well known and revered Theravada Buddhist monk and we don’t have too many high-end amulets for him.

Dimensions: 1.5″ x 1″ (3.8 cm x 2.5) Thickness is .5″ (1.25 cm)

Color: Pearl Shell White – shiny (semi-gloss)

Condition: High Detail, New.

Case: Plastic Waterproof and heavy duty.

Availability: Rare, we have never seen this amulet at this temple, and only rarely in other Temples.

Rent: $399 USD (~14,000 THB)

Includes: Free Necklace, blessed Buddhist bracelets, and shipping with tracking worldwide.

Use this CONTACT FORM to let us know if you want this amulet before we put it for sale at our main ThaiAmuletSales.com site.

With Metta!


New Yellow Luang Phor Tuad Yant

This is among our best designed yant cloths (flags). Luang Phor Tuad is Thailand's best known monk, and probably the most popular monk across the globe from Thailand.
This is among our best designed yant cloths (flags). Luang Phor Tuad is Thailand’s best known monk, and probably the most popular monk across the globe from Thailand.

We came upon a newly designed yant cloth for those of you that like to hang them on your Buddhist shrine, in your cars off your rearview mirrors, or in your home on a wall in a special room. This is a bright gold yant flag, I don’t remember that we’ve ever had this exact style before. The cloth is like felt on the front, and like silk on the reverse side.

This Luang Phor Tuad yant comes from Wat Tum Sua, Krabi, Thailand in the southern province of Krabi.

We only have about 8 of these, and when they go we don’t expect to be able to source them again at the temple. If you have been a customer of ours in the past, you probably have heard that the temple chooses what they make based on what Thais buy the most. Often times it differs from what we sell most on this website to people across the world.

This yant is not on our YANTS PAGE, and won’t be, we just don’t have enough of them to make it worthwhile to post them over there too.

The cost for each yellow yant is just $12.95 and includes free shipping and a couple of blessed Buddhist bracelets, also from this same Krabi temple.


:) Joy

New Luang Phor Tuad Jatukam Style Amulets

We only have 3 of these Luang Phor Tuad styles of Buddhist amulet left.
We only have 3 of these Luang Phor Tuad styles of Buddhist amulet left. CLICK TO ENLARGE.

We have had these gold plated cased amulets in stock for about two months and we have yet to be able to put them on the site on a proper page. If you are interested in one of these, just send us email and tell us which one. We’ll create a Paypal invoice that you can use to purchase the amulet. You will receive a free necklace and a couple of free blessed Buddhist bracelets when you purchase one of these below.

Luang Phor Tuad amulets are always in very high demand, all over Thailand and even in Burma and India. We have a number of people from India requesting LPT amulets frequently, but we don’t sell to buyers in India or Pakistan. Sorry, there have been too many scams when we’ve done so in the past.

2 New Luang Phor Tuad Jatukam Style Amulets

Here are two new Buddhist amulets we found at the originator of the Jatukam amulets in Nakhon si Thammarat, Southern Thailand.

Luang Phor Tuad Buddhist monk amulet in Jatukam style from Nakhon Si Thammarat temple in southern Thailand.

Luang Phor Tuad Jatukam style amulet from southern Thailand, Wat Mahathat.

We will get these up on the Luang Phor Tuad amulets page as soon as we can. These are some of the nicest Jatukam styles LPT amulets we’ve had in stock. We are not sure of the price yet, under $100, but not exactly sure what the final price will be. If you want one before we have it listed on the site – do let us know so you can reserve it. Email: thaiamuletsalescom@gmail.com.


Luang Phor Tuad Statue in Krabi Province

Giant Luang Phor Tuad Statue in Krabi Province. Luang Phor is a highly respected Theravada Buddhist monk that is one of Thailand's favorite monks.
Luang Phor Tuad at a small wat on highway 4 leading into Krabi town, Krabi province.

Luang Phor Tuad is a famous Thai monk that was one of the smartest and accomplished monks of his generation. The Thai people identified with Luang Phor and hold him in the highest regards. His amulets are some of the most sought after, and you can see hundreds of (1000’s of) statues and images of Luang Phor all over Thailand.

There is a story about how he was able to dip his foot into the water during a draught from a boat and turned the salt water of the bay into drinkable freshwater for those on the boat. Sometimes you will see Luang Phor Tuad in a sitting pose similar to this, but with one foot dipping down to touch the water to commemorate the event.

Our LUANG PHOR TUAD AMULETS are here, just click!