KERIS Nagasasra luk 13 koleksi Museum Etnologi Nasional Leiden. Dikutip dari buku Isaac Groneman "The Javanese Kris" terbitan C Zwartenkot Art Books, Leiden and KITLV Press, Leiden... Panjang 50 cm, PakBo

The Kris or Keris is an asymmetrical dagger with distinctive blade-patterning achieved through alternating laminations of iron and nickelous iron (pamor).

KRIS, Dagger: 20th Century  Indonesia/Malaysia  Steel, gold, ebony, gems, gilded silver.

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.

Indonesian Keri dagger with keep

Indonesian Keri dagger with sheath

Keris  | Jawa

Ornate Dagger Forged From A Meteorite What Daario Naharis would carry. It also reminds me of Sokka!

A Malay Keris

'Jangkung Unduk-Unduk' traditional dagger from Siak Indrapura, Riau

Silver ceremonial sword from Bali 18th

An important and rare silver mounted ceremonial and symbolical temple kris Bali, Century - While the kris is common in the Philippines, it is most associated with Indonesia. In Indonesia, the Kris is usually found on short swords, not balisongs.

Batara Surya

Batara Surya

Batara Kamajaya

Batara Kamajaya

Semar, Gareng, Petruk, and Bagong are called Punokawan in Javanese wayang or puppet. They are clown face servants of the hero characters.

Semar, Gareng, Petruk, and Bagong are called Punokawan in Javanese wayang or puppet. They are clown face servants of the hero characters.

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