Tag Archives Tosan Aji

Pusaka Tube Flask containing Magic Metal Nail to bring Prosperity, Success and Safety at Home, Office, Shop, Etc.

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Indonesia is world famous for its lofty heirlooms, which are also known as 'pusaka'. Pusaka is a general term that can refer to any one of the many traditional heirlooms, including keris daggers and tombak spears, which can be found in the mystical world of Indonesian tosan aji (i.e. sacred metals). It should be noted, ...

Keris Pulanggeni Luk 5 – Pamor Sanak – Tangguh Cirebon (15th–17th Century CE)

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The keris Pulanggeni is a five-waved ('luk') dapur model of Javanese origin. Unlike most traditional Javanese kerises, this particular keris has a rather tall and heavy blade. These characteristic features are commonly found amongst kerises from the tangguh Cirebon era (15th–17th century CE), a historical period referring to the reign of one of Java's first ...

Keris Kamardikan Balebang Kencana Luk 9 – Putran Tangguh Pakubuwono IV Era (1788–1820 CE)

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The Balebang dapur keris model normally features five or seven waves ('luk'). Yet this particular version of the Balebang dapur has an impressive number of nine luks in total. Therefore the dapur is called Balebang Kencana. Balebang, or bale bang, is a sacred place in the royal palace of Surakarta designated for the Susuhunan's throne. ...

Rare Keris Selekede Kalawijan Luk 15 with Pamor Ngulit Semangka Motif and Ancient Copper Pendok Cover

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The so-called kalawijan type of kerises are a very special kind of dapur (model). A kalawijan keris has a rather unconventional design in the sense that the blade features a larger number of waves (luk) compared to the conventional standards. This means that kerises of this particular kind have more than thirteen luks. Any keris ...

Exclusive Keris from Bali with Gold-plated Kinatah Image of the Hindu-Buddhist Deity Kala Rao + Antique Mendak Keris Ring inlaid with Rubies

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This exclusive keris comes from the island of Bali, Indonesia. Due to the many temples and shrines on the island, Bali is also known as the 'Island of the Gods'. The pantheon in Bali consists of many Hindu gods and Buddhist deities as well as animist spirits. Kala Rao is an eminent deity of the ...