Highly Detailed Oval Gold Ganesh Amulet with Ornate Silver Case


The Best Ganesh Amulet We Have

Hindu Ganesh (Ganesha, the elephant) god of obstacles in a gold representation on an orange background. This pendant is already encased in a very premium ornate stainless steel case. This is one of a kind combination, and we have never seen another one of this quality at the temple. We bought it immediately, though it “broke the bank!” We know it was worth it. If this pendant sells, it is the will of the gods. If not, then our lovely daughter will have it when she grows up. This would make an excellent gift for someone who will cherish it.

But now, we don’t have! Sorry, sold out for now.

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Our Highest Quality Ganesh Amulet

This is the finest Ganesh pendant we have had (or seen) at a Buddhist temple in Thailand near our home. This was on the top left side of a display case, under many other older amulets. If you don’t know, Thais usually keep a group of pendants that they’ve bought for themselves in a special place in the case with the rest of the pendants they are selling.

When you ask to see them, the magee (Buddhist nun) almost always says – those pendants are not for sale. They are usually very high quality and they are not for sale.

We were lucky when we saw this pendant peeking out from under the stack of pendants on top. When we asked to see it – our eyes lit up because we never one like this. The woman selling the pendants she also never see one like this Ganesh. I think she saw a look in our eyes when we asked if we could rent it. She took a long time to answer.

She talked about many things at the temple and where she grew up in Khanom, and ask where I grew up and my husband and daughter. We left and went to find other pendants because we didn’t think she would let it go. We return after ninety minutes and tell her we really like the Ganesh pendant and she surprises us by saying OK!

We paid so much, but we think it is worth it. We also don’t care too much if we sell it, we are not making hardly any money from this one. But, if you really like to have it – you can have it. We are not sure how long we will leave it here on the site. We like it a lot too!

On the reverse side of this premium Ganesh pendant is the universal Om symbol in a lovely orange lotus-flower shape with orange and gold. Photo coming. Sorry!

In this case I don’t know where it was found, the temple does not usually have something so high-end. I think someone must have bought this pendant years ago and knew it deserved a very nice case.

Please if you buy this pendant we ask that you take special care of it! Or, if you buy it as a Christmas or birthday gift please let the person know you are buying it for – there is no other pendant like this that we’ve seen here in Thailand and please take care of it.

If you don’t know, Ganesh is the god of obstacles – both placing and removing obstacles in people’s paths. Sometimes known as “Ganapati” or “Vinayaka.”

If you have something coming up that you want to go smoothly, you can request Ganesh to make it run smoothly. If you would like, or need, some obstacles removed from your path, then you can also ask. We have a very large gold Ganesh statue on the fountain in front of our home. There are many of them across our city and it is nice to see that so many Buddhists know Ganesh too.

Sorry, more detailed photos of the side of the premium stainless-steel case and the reverse side with the Om symbol coming soon – I’m not sure where they are! Will re-shoot photos soon, or just ask to take more photos of this amazing Ganesh amulet.

This pendant includes:



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NOTE *** Sorry SOLD OUT. We have never seen any more of these, so we don’t expect to find another.

Additional information


oval, ornate, premium


Ganesh, Ganesha, Om




premium stainless, ornate design

Size - length

1 3/8 inches, 3.6 cm


1 1/4 inches, 3.4 cm

Size - depth

3/8 inches, 9 mm

Buddhist Temple

Wat Mahathat

Temple Location

Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand