Antique Sword Keris Indonesian Kris, Bali 18th -19th century
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Antique 18th 19th century Indonesian large Sword Keris Kris from Bali. Details: A straight double edged sturdy blade formed with a pair of short narrow fullers on each side of the forte with a beautiful Damascus steel - Pamor pattern, copper Mendak applied with settings of eight rounded precious stones, grained hardwood grip of characteristic Balinese form, in its original gorgeous Grained wood scabbard with large wranka.
REFERENCES: a) "Traditional Weapons of the Indonesian Archipelago" by Albert G. Van Zonneveld. b) "Swords and daggers Of Indonesia" by Vaclav Solc. c) "A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor: in All Countries and in All Times" by George Cameron Stone.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length with the scabbard: 66.5 cm (26 1/8 inches), length without the scabbard: 59.3 cm (21 1/2 inches).
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- 18th-19th century
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