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Old 22nd September 2020, 12:41 PM   #1
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Looks to be a small, well worn, keris Madura. The wooden hilt is quite simple by Madurese standards. The wrangka is more impressive.

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Old 22nd September 2020, 01:13 PM   #2
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AFAIK this style of hilt is called sandang walikat. A nice and old specimen of Madurese kris.
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AFAIK this style of hilt is called sandang walikat. A nice and old specimen of Madurese kris.


Is sandang walikat derived from kocet kocetan? The first two pictures particularly brought that to mind.

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Is sandang walikat derived from kocet kocetan? The first two pictures particularly brought that to mind.


No, sandang walikat designates a style of triangular kris scabbard from Java or Madura, see attached specimen, and also apparently a style of Madurese hilt, see pic.
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By the way, the pendok seems to be missing and the black horn inserts on the gandar are probaly more recent than the waranga itself.
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No, sandang walikat designates a style of triangular kris scabbard from Java or Madura, see attached specimen, and also apparently a style of Madurese hilt, see pic.
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Are the hilts called sandang walikat because the hilt profile is triangular like the scabbard? Would Sanjen's post #43 of this thread, http://www.vikingsword.com/vb/showt...ighlight=repair, contain sandang walikat hilts as well, even though these hilts are planar and not carved?
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Charles, i find this Madura keris of yours quite enchanting. Thanks for showing.
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