A rare example of a stabbing sword or pedang tusuk of Javanese in origin with the handle made of well selected pelet woods having naturally contrasting grains and carved in the form called bondolan. Sheath is made of wood, and has white metal panels and brass bands. A brass ferrule/gaurd completes fittings.
Very sturdy blade with thick prominent spine, has the base features using some keris aspects with the single sogokan or short fullers.
Pamor patterns are arranged in the mlumah technique, and are of the kulit semangko or melon’s skin variation. It is said to enhance the owner’s popularity.
Category: Other Weapons Tags: jawa, pedang tusuk, stabing sword
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