This ancient keris is made in the tangguh Majapahit era (1292–1500). With a length of only 29.5 cm, it has a rather short blade. The surface of the blade features the Wos Wutah pamor pattern. The sheath is hand carved in the typical gayaman style of Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia.
In ancient times, this sacred keris was most likely used for preparing and performing ritual offerings known in Javanese as ‘sesaji’ or ‘sajen’. The royal court servants would then have conducted ceremonial rites with the keris Majapahit Sepuh at the keraton palace in Yogyakarta. Hence, through the centuries, many royally ordained mystics and spiritually advanced practitioners have repeatedly transmitted their mystical energies and magical powers to this keris, thereby adding up to its immense esoteric power.
Likewise, the owner of this rare and unique keris could also very well use this ancient and sacred pusaka heirloom item for ritualistic purposes, like making traditional offerings, performing ritual worship, chanting, praying and practising meditation. Furthermore, since the blade is forged with sacred metals for creating the pamor Wos Wutah motif, it will help increase your wealth and riches, and can also bring harmony into your life, by inducing peace and balance.