Tag Archives Wos Wutah

Keris Någå Såsrå Luk 13 decorated with Gold-plated Silver Kinatah Finish

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We are happy to offer you a most exclusive work by Sadek, a highly skilled keris artisan in Sumenep, Madura. Sadek is particularly skilled in making kerises that feature an extraordinary gandik with a beautiful design of a någå (Sanskrit: 'nāga') on it. Likewise, the gandik of this keris also features the detailed body of ...

Keris Singå Makårå Luk 9 with Pamor Wos Wutah

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The gandhik of this keris features a Buddhist mythological creature known as 'Makara' (Sanskrit; Javanese: Makårå). In Buddhist iconography, this mythological creature is always depicted with its trunk tilted up and its mouth spread wide open from which a lion emerges (Sanskrit: siṃha; Javanese: singå). The Makara resembles the mouth of the rākṣasa (Sanskrit: 'giant', ...

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 ...

Kyahi Naga Dwidewa

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Dapur Naga Penganten ('Twin Dragons') is a pair of dragon twins, which are considered very powerful indeed. The craftmanship of these dragons is remarkably detailed; the keris is covered in silver from ganja to the hip, and the Nāga King and Queen both are wearing a silver crown. The dragons dwelling within this unique keris ...