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Anthony G. 10th June 2021 04:28 AM

Painted keris warangka
 
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This is my new keris project still in making and since this group is getting quiet nowadays, I thought to share with you especially on the painting beauty.

mariusgmioc 10th June 2021 06:03 AM

Stunning pamor! :)

It is your second with this type of pamor, right?!

First one was Javanese style and this seems to be Balinese style... I guess...

I also love the scabbard and especially the silver work!

Thank you for sharing it with us! :)

A. G. Maisey 10th June 2021 06:55 AM

Love that pattern welding!

Anthony G. 10th June 2021 07:00 AM

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Originally Posted by A. G. Maisey (Post 263379)
Love that pattern welding!

Me too :D

JustYS 10th June 2021 07:48 AM

Jarot Asem
 
Seems like you're addicted to Jarot Asem pamor.

I won't blame you it is beautiful.

Anthony G. 10th June 2021 09:52 AM

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Originally Posted by JustYS (Post 263381)
Seems like you're addicted to Jarot Asem pamor.

I won't blame you it is beautiful.


Beautiful and hard to forge, I was told. :D

No one has any views on the painting and silver pendok?

jagabuwana 10th June 2021 11:29 AM

Beautiful stuff. Was this made by Pak Misyanto by any chance?

Anthony G. 10th June 2021 01:38 PM

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Originally Posted by jagabuwana (Post 263384)
Beautiful stuff. Was this made by Pak Misyanto by any chance?

I am not suppose to promote anyone in this forum. wink.

drdavid 10th June 2021 09:39 PM

Lovely work. The painting looks very nice indeed but it is hard to see the background detailing in your photos, any chance of some better shots please
cheers
DrD

David 11th June 2021 01:40 AM

This is extraordinary modern craftsmanship. Beautiful! Congratulations on acquiring this keris.

Anthony G. 6th August 2021 02:02 PM

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Originally Posted by drdavid (Post 263397)
Lovely work. The painting looks very nice indeed but it is hard to see the background detailing in your photos, any chance of some better shots please
cheers
DrD

regret missing this msg. Please see detailed photo as per your request. Rgds

David 7th August 2021 02:54 AM

Seems to be begging for kinatah. Do you have any plans for adding that on the gonjo?

Jean 7th August 2021 11:53 AM

I am also very impressed by the high quality of this kris, especially the blade and the silver sampleng (pendok). And I agree with David that the blade would deserve a finely made kinatah.
However I feel that the cekah redut hilt (originally worn by soldiers) is too stiff and dull for this highly decorative piece, I whould rather select an ivory or silver togogan hilt...
Regards

Anthony G. 7th August 2021 02:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Jean (Post 265018)
I am also very impressed by the high quality of this kris, especially the blade and the silver sampleng (pendok). And I agree with David that the blade would deserve a finely made kinatah.
However I feel that the cekah redut hilt (originally worn by soldiers) is too stiff and dull for this highly decorative piece, I whould rather select an ivory or silver togogan hilt...
Regards

Indeed. i intend to use this hulu for other keris. I actually uses a silver grantim for this keris instead.

Anthony G. 7th August 2021 02:59 PM

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Originally Posted by David (Post 265012)
Seems to be begging for kinatah. Do you have any plans for adding that on the gonjo?

I regret NO as I cannot find a qualified person whom I can also comm. in English, to do it.

Ganapati 11th August 2021 09:44 PM

magnificent who made the keris?


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