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).

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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.

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.

blade of honor weapon kerns kris bali

Truth About Magical Dancing Kris Knives - Images of dancing Keris Knives - is seeing believing for you?

OLD LOMBOK KERIS LONG SWORD IRON BLADE PAMOR TIBAN 19CENTU INDONESIAN KRIS KRISS

Old lombok keris long sword iron blade pamor tiban 19centu indonesian kris kriss

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,

Kris of King William I, anoniem, 1835. Madura

kris (dagger) studded with no fewer than 115 diamonds, which was a gift from the Sultan of Madura to King William I of the Netherlands.

keris weapon blade of honor antique carving

keris weapon blade of honor antique carving

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