Phra Ngang, copper, authentic antique, how do you know?
This article will refer only to red-eyed Ngang and bulging-eyed Ngang.Copper, first generation only
Phra Ngang amulet,copper material, there are many skin types that change according to preservation. It can be seen that the color of old copper will dull more easily than other metals. Sometimes it will be seen that the color of copper will change depending on the weather and humidity around it.
Antique copper will have many shades of skin color, such as intense red, orange-red, orange, golden-orange. But how do we know it's old?
Because of the imitations made by Phra Ngang, the copper came out a lot. The more copper is the metal that makes it look old the most easily. regeneration of rust and causing decay by using certain acids But what can be distinguished from the old and the new is not difficult.
is to consider The accuracy of natural marks find reasonableness Finding the correct connection of the elements of Phra Ngang that we see First, let's see.
Chef, is the shape of the monk correct? Is the color of rust correct with the amulet's flesh? The dried amulet is old according to age or not (at this point, it is difficult for people to see because it requires a very clear image of light), but if the amulet is in the hand, it can be seen clearly. This point is important because Phra Ke still cannot do it.
The texture of Phra Ngang, copper that is dried and old, the color will turn pale like a fading color. up in patches There was an eruption of elemental elements. Explaining by typing and speaking will be difficult, you have to memorize it with your eyes from the picture. It will explain itself. Phra Ngang is really old. We may not see every type of dried color. Because Phra Ngang has been used with us. There have been many eras and has been preserved in many contexts. It is estimated that some Ngang amulets Used to live underground, underwater, servants, salty gums, sour gums, all related to the analysis of Phra Ngang's flesh that had to be added. "Other linkage elements join as well", but most of them have some dry pale spots because they are old amulets. may be seen at some points, it can be used as a component that can be added together to be a point of support for the authenticity of another 1 point
Red-eyed Ngang and Ngang-ta-bulged were born in the same era, but there are two types of eyes. Originally, they were all cast into bulging Ngang eyes, and then a bulging eye amulet was brought in to make red eyes. There are both star-shaped spiral eye holes and normal eye holes with smooth edges. In the eye socket, there is a small hole inside the eye socket on another layer, the eye socket, Phra Ngang that is old and has many forms. looking at old must look at the feeling of nature The edge of the eye socket of Phra Ngang that is really old There must be a surface roughness equal to that of the rest of the Buddha image. not a new puncture There are no obvious piercing metal edges. In the eye socket, there must be a rough skin or erupting skin as the outer surface of the Buddha image. Or there are some old stains to see
As for Ta Ploy Daeng, I won't pay much attention to it because 80% will not be Phra Ngang's original red eye. Some of them look like old eyes, but most of them will be re-buried during an era or period only. Yes
What are the considerations for Phra Ngang Copper?
1. The shape of Phra Ngang, the handwriting of a sculptor. 2. From the content of the old and natural texture of Phra Ngang 3. Is Phra Ngang's rust correct with the nature of Phra Ngang's meat? 4. There are traces of abrasive lines, but they must be real old marks. 5. Phra Ngang body must have no stains, liquid marks, acid marks. 6. Blepharitis, but not too much or large scales. 7. Phra Ngang's unique identity in each print
Is it correct and matches the printed page of Phra Ngang? (I haven't taught this one yet)
Old traces with the right connection points. It's reasonable. That's all for today. Other points of consideration for viewing Phra Ngang Copper. I would like to keep this before I'm free to write for you to read again. Thank you.