Phra Pong Suphan amulets form part of the Benjapakees set. In general these amulets are beyond the budget of the average collector; however amulets blessed by Luanfg Phor Dee are considered a great contemporary alternative.
Generally triangular in shape with Buddha seated in the "Manvichai" posture. The protruding chest is the most prominent feature of this clay amulet. It has strong "U-thong" style influence. Thai people believed it would bring good luck and wealth. A unique characteristic often seen on the reverse of these amulets is the imprint of a thumb that was left by the artist who made them. They are from the Chedi of Wat Mahathad in Suphan Buri Province and estimated to be approximately 500-600 years old.
LP Dee Jatomloh, or Pra Kru Sunton Suwangit, Wat Praroop was respected as one of the most merciful monks of his era, showing great compassion to all that would visit his temple, whether they were rich or poor. He was born on the 7th August 2454, and ordained a monk at the age of 23 at Wat Sainawat, SuphanburiLuang Phor Dee was noted for the many amulets that he created, the proceeds of which were used towards the re-construction and renovation of the temple.