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The origin of our items

As Europe’s biggest specialized trader of original Thai amulets and statues, we have deliberately decided not to offer the much cheaper fashion jewellery or commercially manufactured statues, pendants or other reproductions of Buddha, monks or at Thai-Amulet-Fair.

All items in our stock – such as amulets, statues of Buddha, monks and gods from the temples of Thailand, as well as ritual objects, relics or other holy objects – are genuine sanctified originals. They were producedin Thai temples or arsoms and consecrated by one or several monks, ajahns or lersi (hermits).

Only necklaces (if not indicated otherwise in the item’s description), amulet settings, monk’s habits and utensils as well as other accessories are excluded from this.

Thai amulets in Thailand
Thai amulets bought from a temple in Thailand.
Thai amulet production
Production of a Thai amulet: Phra Gring made of holy metals.


The descriptions of our objects always inform buyers about their origins, the monk who made and consecrated an amulet or a statue and in which temple it was issued.

Thai-Amulet-Fair only sells holy sanctified relics. Please bear this in mind and treat everything you buy from us with appropriate respect and high esteem.

A consecrated Thai amulet is a spiritual treasure; owning it should never be taken for granted.Instead, it should be regarded as a “present” keeping and transferring the energy and the good wishes of one or several monks who created and sanctified it.

If we purchase older amulets (which can be years or decades old), we ask the dignified Luang Pho Thongbai or another monk to consecrate them for us once again.


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