Tag Archives Yogyakarta

Genuine Saffron Oil for Cleaning Keris Blades

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Pure saffron flower oil for regular cleaning of your keris blades. This traditional pusaka oil has a rich fragrance, that keeps your valuable tosan aji blades in good condition, and attaches a pleasant natural smell of fragrant saffron flowers to your pusaka items. The bottle is sealed with plastic, thereby providing the guarantee of authenticity of ...

Keris Sajen for Ritual and Spiritual Uses

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A rare and unique keris Sajen from the tangguh Majapahit era (13th–15th century). This ancient keris features the dapur Sajen, which means 'offerings' in Javanese. As always with a keris Sajen, the hilt is inseparably attached to the iron blade. The blade has three waves ('luk'), which is something unusual and rather unique indeed, for ...

Keris Mojopahit Wos Wutah for Spiritual Enhancement

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The keris Mojopahit Wos Wutah is an old and sacred pusaka heirloom artifact, which is made in days of the Javanese Hindu Kingdom of Majapahit (1292–1500). Due to the fact that the sheath features the distinctive Yogyakarta style of hand carving warangka called 'gayaman', we can confirm this keris' place of origin, which is, of ...

Keris Majapahit Sepuh for Ritualistic Uses

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This ancient keris is made in the tangguh Majapahit era (1292–1500). With a length of only 29.5 cm, it has a rather short blade. The surface of the blade features the Wos Wutah pamor pattern. The sheath is hand carved in the typical gayaman style of Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. In ancient times, this sacred keris ...

Keris Bima Buntala Luk 19 from the Tangguh Pajajaran Era (12th Century)

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The keris Bima Butala luk 19 Senopaten is an exclusive pusaka heirloom keris that was made in the twelfth century in the time of the tangguh Pajajaran era. The dapur of this ancient keris, Bima Butala, has an unusual high number of waves ('luk'). As to the ricikan, the blade of this nineteen-waved keris features ...