An antique mini Buddha Phra Leela Sukhothai period amulet from the 12th to 13th century is a rare and valuable item. Sukhothai was the first capital of the Kingdom of Siam, and the art and artifacts from this period are highly prized by collectors and enthusiasts of Thai history and culture. The Phra Leela Buddha image is considered one of the most important and revered Buddha images in Thailand, and the amulet is likely to feature a small version of this image.
The amulet would have been created during the Sukhothai period using traditional methods and materials, such as bronze, lead metal, and mixet materials. As an antique, this mini Buddha amulet is likely to have significant historical and cultural value, and could be a valuable addition to any collection of Thai art or Buddhist artifacts for your collection because mini size is very hard to find more than big Buddha. Message us for any question.