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Historical Keris Jalak Buda of Great Antiquity


Jalak Buda is one of the earliest types of keris ever used by the indigenous people of Indonesia. This primitive dapur keris model is often referred to as the 'keris Buda', a general term for kerises which are made during the Buddhist era (tangguh Kabudan: 4th–9th century CE). As with all antique kerises originating from ...

Keris Jalak Sangu Tumpeng from the Tangguh Singosari Era (13th Century)


The keris Jalak Sangu Tumpeng is a straight-bladed dapur, made in the tangguh Singosari era (1222–1292 CE). Its dapur consists of a plain gandik, with a pejetan, a double sogokan, tikel alis, sraweyan, and tingil. Although this dapur features relatively few ricikan, yet it nonetheless has received a royal status, since the Sultan's Palace ('Keraton ...