Javanese Kris
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger
Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger

Kris - Javanese Ceremonial Dagger

Behold our Javanese Kris, a ceremonial dagger from Java. Both weapon and spiritual object, the kris is considered to possess magical powers. There are three parts to every kris: the hilt, blade, and sheath. These parts are often objects of art, carved in meticulous detail and made from various materials: metal, precious or rare types of wood. The hilt or handle is of carved from Nangka (Jackfruit) wood with decorative patterning and attached to the blade with a golden ring studded with faux gems. The blade itself has a wavy asymmetrical shape, forged of iron and nickel with distinctive patterning, of unknown age but probably quite old. The blade is housed in a silver-colored metal with gold-like filigree sheath featuring a distinctive carved wooden top also from Nangka wood. This is an attractive decorative art piece, made for the tradition-lover, dagger-lover, or simply an art collector who loves unusual pieces.

Approximately 2" H x 8.5" W x 19" L

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