A very good and rare example of a keris from the eastern Indonesian island of Sumbawa. Handle in the pistol grip or kerdas form is made from well selected kemuning hard woods. The top sheath or sampir in Malay, is also made from kemuning woods with flashing grains. The bottom stem is made of angsana woods having rattan bands reinforcements. A thick brass ferrule or pendoko completes fittings.
Thick and very sturdy blade with a straight or lurus profile but having an angular bend called sepokal in Malay.
Pamor patterns shows a swirl like formation at the base called qul buntet, with an overall base pamor wos utah or scattered rice.
Category: Keris Tags: bugis, qul buntet, sepokal, sumbawa
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