Beautiful Javanese Keris - Traditional Javanese Weapon || Indonesia

Beautiful Javanese Keris - Traditional Javanese Weapon || Indonesia

www.villabuddha.com  Bali  Huur ons huis aan het strand inclusief personeel € 1495,- per week  Keris 9 Luk Sempana Mrambut Pajang

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

KERIS Nagasasra luk 11 koleksi Museum Etnologi Nasional Leiden, Belanda. Menurut buku Isaac Groneman "The Javanese Kris" terbitan C Zwartenkof Art Books, Leiden and KITLV Press, Leiden, keris ini didapat museum tersebut pada tahun 1893, dibeli dari Baron Sloet van de Beele yang pernah jadi Gubernur Jendral Hindia Belanda pada 1861-1866.. Panjang 48,8 cm PakBo

KERIS Nagasasra luk 11 koleksi Museum Etnologi Nasional Leiden, Belanda. Menurut buku Isaac Groneman "The Javanese Kris" terbitan C Zwartenkof Art Books, Leiden and KITLV Press, Leiden, keris ini didapat museum tersebut pada tahun 1893, dibeli dari Baron Sloet van de Beele yang pernah jadi Gubernur Jendral Hindia Belanda pada 1861-1866.. Panjang 48,8 cm PakBo

New Keris Singo Barong 13 Luk New Creation With Gold Kriss Kris Krissen

New Keris Singo Barong 13 Luk New Creation With Gold Kriss Kris Krissen

Keris, Royal Sacred Weapon

Keris of several generations of Pakubowono (rulers of Surakarta).

~ KERIS Gabilan Madura~ PAMOR: WATERMELON SKIN BLADE Knife Weapon Arms Sword

~ KERIS Gabilan Madura~ PAMOR: WATERMELON SKIN BLADE Knife Weapon Arms Sword

Keris of several generations of Pakubowono (rulers of Surakarta).

Keris of several generations of Pakubowono (rulers of Surakarta).

A mixed lot (2 pieces): Afghanistan, Bali.  1) A so-called 'Khyber knife', as used by the Pashtun (or Pathan) tribes in the area of the Khyber Pass in the border region between eastern Afghanistan and the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan. 2) A kris dagger from Bali, Indonesia: with typical beautiful pamor (forged from several metal layers) and wavy blade (7 'waves'). Wooden handle, coloured black, in typical Balinese abstract form ('Cecekahan'). 1st third of the 20th century,

A mixed lot (2 pieces): Afghanistan, Bali. 1) A so-called 'Khyber knife', as used by the Pashtun (or Pathan) tribes in the area of the Khyber Pass in the border region between eastern Afghanistan and the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan. 2) A kris dagger from Bali, Indonesia: with typical beautiful pamor (forged from several metal layers) and wavy blade (7 'waves'). Wooden handle, coloured black, in typical Balinese abstract form ('Cecekahan'). 1st third of the 20th century,

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