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Old 29th February 2024, 11:49 AM   #1
JustYS
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Default Karna Tinanding Luk 9

Kamardikan Balinese Keris from the same maker as my previous Balinese Keris for your comments.

When the pamor touch the edge of the blade as you can see here, is that a sign of a not so well controlled pamor?
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