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Preorder > No.1615: Amulet Organization **Good Luck-Wealth-Success-Prosperity > PREAB6842
PREAB6842 : Secure & Opulent! Tao Wet Su Wan Bracelet - silver with gold plated silver imprint (Amulet Organization, Thailand)
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**Dear customers: Temple will declare the closing date later. Shipment is after blessing ceremony or as soon as amulet is received.

**This picture is a sample. The real item may be different according to material, design and color.

Name: Tao Wet Su Wan Bracelet

From: Amulet Organization

Origin: Thailand

Batch: “Jow Sua Supha Mongkol” (auspicious millionaire)

Year: B.E.2562 (B.E.2019)

Material: silver with gold plated silver imprint

Made: 200 pcs.

Powerful: TAO WET SU WAN is the governor of demons and bodyguard of Buddha. His image is usually seen in Buddhist temples. Not only the powerful guardian angel, Tao Wet Su Wan is also praised as ‘god of wealth’ due to meaning of his name “gold”. Worshiping Tao Wet Su Wan is believed to grant a pile of fortune and safety from bad spirits, black magic and bad things.

Holy Blessing Ceremony by Guru Monks on the Auspicious Occasion.

Proceeds for supporting Buddhist temples in Thailand.


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