Phra Klang, early 20th century, sandalwood

The Great Protector Buddha “Phra Klang” according to legend, it is an ancient sacred image built since the reign of King Rama V for the purpose of having ‘gods’ or ‘sacred things’ to protect the treasury from decay. At the same time, it must bring prosperity to the country, so that people can live well and be happy. The government “Phra Klang” statue is a standing cast statue. The king’s victory crown. On the right hand you hold the sword and on the left hand you hold a lotus flower, which have some similarities with “Phra Siam Thewathiraj”.

This quite rare “Phra Klang” is carved from sandalwood and dates back to the early 20th century and is suitable for worship to protect and increase monetary wealth, and create stability for business and work.

In perfect condition. The height is about 12 inches or about 32 centimeters.