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Keris Panji Anom with Twofold (Dwiwarna) Pamor Pattern

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The dapur 'Panji Anom', also known as 'Panji Nom', 'Panji Anem', or 'Panjinem', is a common characteristic for a straight-bladed keris ('lurus'). The pamor Untu Walang looks fairly similar to (pamor) Tepen, or Wengkon. The difference, however, is that pamor Wengkon usually features a straight line near the edges of the blade, whereas the line ...

Keris Brojol Winongan with Pamor Wos Wutah featuring Rojo Gundolo

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Wos Wutah is a common seen type of pamor. Though its design is not very orderly arranged, yet it is beautifully spread out over the surface of the blade. Another name for pamor Wos Wutah is (pamor) 'Beras Wutah', which means 'sprinkled rice'. This type of pamor has potential magical powers to provide its owner ...

Keris Tilam Upih Ganja Iras from the Tangguh Tuban-Majapahit Era (13th–15th Century CE)

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This straight-bladed ('lurus') keris features 'Ganja Iras', which means the blade does not have a separate ganja, but rather it is made out of the blade itself. The dapur of this keris is 'Tilam Upih'. Tilam Upih can be translated as 'white (bed)sheet(s)' which implies living a straight (hence 'lurus' instead of 'luk') and honest ...

Keris Tilam Upih Bendo Segodo from the Tangguh Madura Era (16th Century)

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This keris is conjured for spiritual practitioners. The esoteric content of this keris contains a spirit ('khodam') who shall guide and protect the owner. If the owner is a practitioner of magic, then he or she will find this keris very useful for carrying out specific occult rituals or prayers. Yet to a true ...

Sardulo Mangsah

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Keris Sardulo Mangsah, also known as 'Sinom Pudak Sak Tegal', is a relatively modern design which originates from the Surakarta era (18th-19th century). The philosophy behind this keris is focused on strive and aspiration, like a tiger's strong focus when it is about to attack its prey. This makes the keris suitable for anyone who ...