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Old Keris Carubuk with Pamor Wos Wutah: ‘The Mystical Dapur of Sunan Kalijaga’

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The Carubuk (or 'Crubuk') dapur keris model is a one of kind. Legend has it, that the design of this particular dapur is created by the renown empu Supa Anom (also called 'Jaka Supa' or 'Ki Nom Supa'), who lived during the Majapahit era (1292–1500 CE). However, it is said that the Carubuk dapur was ...

Luxurious Keris Kamardikan Nāga Sapta

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The various kind of nāga dapur keris models (Sapta, Sarira, Sasra, Siluman, etc.) are perhaps the most sought-after heirloom items among the serious pusaka collectors around the world. In fact, the demand for luxurious keris kamardikan featuring a Nāga Sapta dapur has rapidly increased in the past three decades. Several different types of Nāga keris ...

Keris Murma Malela from the 17th Century Tangguh Mataram Era

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The keris Murma Malela is an exquisite Javanese keris that was forged in the seventeenth century tangguh Mataram era. The dapur of this ancient keris features the rarely seen Murma Malela model. Murma Malela is a unique type of dapur with 7 luks, which can easily be recognized by the rather unusual shape of the ...

Keris Jaran Goyang Luk 7 for Seduction and Enchantment

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This keris Jaran Goyang (alternatively spelled 'Guyang') is an ancient keris made in the sixteenth century tangguh Pajang era (1568–1586 CE). Its dapur features seven luk ('waves'). Jaran in Javanese, means 'a ship', or 'a horse', and goyang means 'to sway', 'to shake', 'to bounce', 'to wiggle', 'to wobble'. Jaran goyang literally means 'a swaying ...

Keris Mojopahit Wos Wutah for Spiritual Enhancement

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The keris Mojopahit Wos Wutah is an old and sacred pusaka heirloom artifact, which is made in days of the Javanese Hindu Kingdom of Majapahit (1292–1500). Due to the fact that the sheath features the distinctive Yogyakarta style of hand carving warangka called 'gayaman', we can confirm this keris' place of origin, which is, of ...