The Pra Putta Chinarat Kru Wat Klang Tung sacred hiding place amulet is recognisable for being a baked clay amulet, usually with a rough dry porous surface texture (some smooth surface exhibits are also found in very small numbers). The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders are roughly mixed by hand, and each of the amulets themselves differ slightly, due to the hand pressing method. The amulets were shaped in Gleep Bua lotus petal shape, with a Buddha seated on a dais,
In the year 2450, some of the Greatest Ayuttaya Masters of that Era were gathered together at Tung Ban Na in the old part of the ancient city of Ayuttaya, and decided that it was an opportune time to create Sacred Amulets, to bury within a Chedi Stupa, for future discovery, as is common practice for the preservation of Buddhism.
These Gaeji Ajarn were namely Luang Por Cham, Luang Por Bpaen, and Luang Por Sap. Luang Por Sap himself was also responsible for having hidden the now famous Pra Nuea Pong Pasom Rae Kru Bpaag Bang, which were found hidden within the Kru Chamber of the Chedi of Wat Mai Bpaag Bang.
A highly recommendable and affordable ancient amulet of high sacred value, powerful blessings, from over a centruy ago. This amulet is hence not only a sacred Religious Votive Tablet, but is also a perfect study example for students who wish to accustom their eyes to the appearance of baked sacred clay amulets that are in excess of 100 years old.