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Sacred Dagger from Indonesia

Keris Discount Coupon

Keris Sale!


Saturday, May 20, 2017

Celebrate Indonesia's rich cultural heritage! For the coming 30 days we offer all customers 30% discount* on every keris available in our store! To claim your 30% discount, simply enter the following coupon code during checkout: KERISSALE. Visit our online store to use this coupon code now! Thanks for visiting and happy shopping! *Note: the discount coupon is valid until June ...

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Antique Bhuta Danganan Keris Hilt Figure carved from Deer Antler imbued with Demoniac Qualities

Antique Bhuta Danganan Keris Hilt Figure carved from Deer Antler imbued with Demoniac Qualities


Friday, March 24, 2017

Bhūtas are the demonic creatures of the underworld. In Bali, however, nature spirits and demigods are often equated to the bhūta as well. In Balinese folklore they are portrayed as hungry ghosts and wandering spirits. Yet not all of them are evil, for indeed, there are also many benevolent ones among them. Therefore, it is ...

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Holy Sandalwood Keris Handle Statuette of Lord Vishnu to subdue Evil Powers and to cleanse Bad Karma

Holy Sandalwood Keris Handle Statuette of Lord Vishnu to subdue Evil and to attract Love


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Sandalwood has been a popular element in Indonesian ritual magic since time immemorial. Its natural fragrance has a deeply enchanting effect, which uplifts the mind to altered states of awareness. Hence to this day one finds various religious objects (e.g., statues, masks) carved from sandalwood in village shrines, communal temples, and other places of worship ...

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Hindu Resi Drona Hermit Sage Statuette

Balinese Hindu Resi Drona Hermit Sage Keris Hilt Figurine carved from Holy Water Buffalo Horn


Saturday, March 18, 2017

Ritual keris daggers from Bali are held in high esteem for their elaborate design and high-end materials. An example of the amount of detail given to the Balinese keris as a whole can be seen in the characteristic danganan hilt. For instance, this particular handle is hand carved from the horns of a water buffalo. ...

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Ceremonial Keris Sajen Knife with Spirit Figurine Hilt and Pamor Wos Wutah Motif - Tangguh Majapahit Era (13th-15th Century CE)

Ceremonial Keris Sajen Knife with Spirit Figurine Hilt and Pamor Wos Wutah Motif – Tangguh Majapahit Era (13th-15th Century CE)


Thursday, September 24, 2015

The period from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century during the reign of the Javanese Hindu empire of Majapahit (1293–1500 CE) is considered the golden age of Indonesian art and culture. Royal artisans from the Majapahit Kingdom produced many masterpieces of art, including various exclusive kerises and other pusaka (heirloom) treasures. However, from the many ...

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Sacred Keris Sombro Ritual Dagger from the Tangguh Pajajaran (12th Century CE) with Pamor Kulit Semangka Pattern

Sacred Keris Sombro Ritual Dagger from the Tangguh Pajajaran (12th Century CE) with Pamor Kulit Semangka Pattern


Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Sombro dapur is a very special keris model that differs from any other sacred daggers from Indonesia. To begin with, a Sombro is much smaller than most other kerises. For instance, the standard length of a keris blade is approximately 33-38 cm, whereas the total length of the Sombro's blade measures only 19.5 cm. ...

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