Indonesian Sword Weapon

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Pedang Sword Dated: 19th century Provenance: Java (Giava) Medium: steel, brass, wood, gold

Pedang Sword Dated: century Provenance: Java (Giava) Medium: steel, brass, wood, gold

Kris (20th Century CE Indonesia/Malaysia)

This is a Keris. It is Indonesian knife and it used to be worn by the sultan. It is that a ghost lives in the knife so the knife always comes back to the owner. It symbolises authority and dignity.

Mandau, Indonesia - Borneo, Dayak

Sword "mandau" with wooden scabbard, Indonesia - Borneo, Dayak

Kris dagger 16th century  Indonesia/Malaysia  Steel, buffalo bone.  Caravana Collection  Full Length: 68 cm; Blade Length: 38 cm

Keris Dagger H Arm; Full L: 68 cm; Blade L: 38 cm

KERIS Naga luk 11 pemberian dari Pangeran Ngabehi dari Yogyakarta. Museum Etnologi Leiden mendapatkan keris berpendhok rinaja werdi bertatahkan berlian ini pada tahun 1893 dengan membelinya dari mantan Gubernur Jendral Hindia Belanda 1861-1866, Baron Sloet van de Beele. Dimensi panjang bilah 47 cm... PakBo

KERIS Naga luk 11 pemberian dari Pangeran Ngabehi dari Yogyakarta. Museum Etnologi Leiden mendapatkan keris berpendhok rinaja werdi bertatahkan berlian ini pada tahun 1893 dengan membelinya dari mantan Gubernur Jendral Hindia Belanda 1861-1866, Baron Sloet van de Beele. Dimensi panjang bilah 47 cm... PakBo

Beautiful kriss blade short sword

Old Keris 9 Luk Sempana Mrambut Pajang Javanese Jawa kriss kris silat blade

Kris (ca. 18th-19th Century CE Sumatra/Malaysia)

Arms and Armour Collection « Islamic Arts and Architecture

Keris from Bali.

In UNESCO gave the title Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity to the kris of Indonesia. In return, UNESCO urged Indonesia to preserve their heritage.

Kris dagger with wave blade and hilt carved in the kingfisher shape (hulu perkaka), gold coloured handle rings, steel blade, ivory hilt: Malaysia, Malay, probably 19th century © National Museums Scotland

Kris dagger with wave blade and hilt carved in the kingfisher shape (hulu perkaka), gold coloured handle rings, steel blade, ivory hilt: Malaysia, Malay, probably 19th century © National Museums Scotland

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