Tag Archives Pedaringan Kebak

Keris Panimbal Luk 9 with Pamor Pedaringan Kebak – Tangguh Tuban Era (13th–15th Century CE)

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The Panimbal keris has a waved blade with nine luks. It is considered a very popular dapur keris model since olden times, particularly among royal servants and aristocrats at the Javanese royal palace (keraton). This keris has been praised for its mystical properties of influential speech and charisma, which can help increase one's social status. ...

Keris Bethok Kamardikan with Threefold Pamor Triwarna Pattern consisting of Pedaringan Kebak, Lar Gangsir and Adeg Sapu

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The Bethok dapur is one of the early keris models originating from the Buddhist era in Indonesia (6th–9th century CE). It is a straight-bladed dapur type, which is shorter and wider when compared to the blade of other kerises. In general, the Bethok is characterized by the simplicity of its design. The only ricikan elements ...

Keris Sajen Luk 3 with an Iron Hilt featuring the Image of a Bhūta Spirit

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With its moderate size and unique design, the keris Sajen stands out from the rest of Indonesia's traditional dapur keris models. Since ancient times, the keris Sajen is typically used by mystics in their performance of ritual practice. Hence, the Javanese term 'sajen' literally translates as (ritual) offerings. The hilt of the keris Sajen comprises ...

Antique Keris Sepang made in the Sixteenth Century – A Minimalistic Dapur with Profound Mystical Power

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The keris Sepang is a traditional pusaka heirloom of olden times, featuring an ancient dapur (model) which has a classical straight, thick and heavy blade. However, the dapur Sepang certainly is not just an ordinary model, for indeed, the ricikan of this keris are quite unusual – very unique to say the least. What is striking ...

Keris Carita Keprabon Luk 11 with Pamor Pedaringan Kebak made in the Tangguh Pajang Era (16th Century)

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This ancient pusaka heirloom keris is made in the sixteenth century, at the time of the Pajang era (1568–1586 CE). The dapur (model) of this keris is known as 'Carita Keprabon' (sometimes also spelled 'Carito Kaprabon'). Carita means story, and keprabon is term commonly used to refer to the royal palace of kings or sultans, ...