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Old 1st June 2014, 02:56 AM   #1
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Default Different type of sarangkas (sheaths)....

Tegal and Cirebonese ladrang...
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The blade, it could be Kebo Kanthong Damar Murub, with Cirebonese iras sheath or sarangka...
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Probably singa? Or naga? With Cirebonese sheath.....
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Naga Salira keris with Cirebon sarangka....
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Default Tegal "perahu kandas" sheath....

Keris cirebon with "perahu kandas" sheath....
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Old 1st June 2014, 09:34 AM   #7
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The blade, it could be Kebo Kanthong Damar Murub, with Cirebonese iras sheath or sarangka...


Nice to see a similar blade like this one from my collection: http://www.vikingsword.com/vb/showt...&highlight=kebo
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Old 1st June 2014, 09:40 AM   #8
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Nice to see you here again Ganja and thank you very much for sharing all this beautiful Tegal and Cirebon keris with us! I only have one Cirebon keris here in Germany and one still in Indonesia which still need to get restored.

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Nice to see you again, Detlef....

Yes, it could be called "kebo giri" as mentioned by Alan (pls refer too to Keris Ensiklopedi, Bambang Harsrinuksmo). Giri means mountain.

But it could be also called as "kebo kanthong" as mentioned by Haryono Haryoguritno in his "Keris Jawa" book (2005) keris with extreme long gandhik and long pejetan. Haryono also mentioned keris with very long gandhik as "kebo giring" (herded buffallo) as the word "giring" means to herd cattles...

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