Tag Archives Pamor Keleng

Historical Keris Jalak Buda of Great Antiquity

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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 Kamardikan Karno Tinanding Luk 5 – A Modern Keris of the Highest Standard

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Karno Tinanding, or Karno Tanding, refers to the great war between the Pāndavas and Kauravas on the Kuru field, as mentioned in the Mahābhārata epic. The final battle in the Mahābhārata is called the 'Bhāratayūddha', which is fought between two brothers born from the same mother (Kunti Nalibranta), but from another father. They are the ...

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 ...

Traditional Family Pusaka Heirloom Set of 2 Rencong Daggers from Aceh

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The two rencong daggers in this pusakaheirloom set are a perfect example of the rencongs made in the early twentieth century; one is made from high quality brass and has a traditional cugek hilt, whereas the other is made from high quality steel and has a sawed-off but finely polished pudoi hilt. The hilt (ulee ...

Keris Kamardikan with Dapur Parungsari and Sineba Combined

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A true masterpiece by empu Agus Pribadi of besalen Pasir Bersinar in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. In the contemporary keris scene, the besalen Pasir Bersinar in Malang is perhaps one of the most popular workshops for modern kerises in Indonesia today. With this keris kamardikan, the besalen Pasir Bersinar has proven its exalted reputation ...