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|Credit Line:||Gift of Thomas J. Collins, 1914|
Dagger with wavy blade (7 curves), asymmetrically widening at one side of the base. Indistinct watery patterning (pamor). Hilt of brown wood, carved to represent a demon (raksasa), head bent forward and hands on knees, seated on a round stool decorated with scrolls in triangular areas. Carved necklace, bracelets and ankle bands. Ring between blade and hilt, usually metal, is wood, with incised diagonal lines.
|[Book] Frey, Edward. 1988. The Kris: Mystic Weapon of the Malay World.. Oxford University Press. Type Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: pp. 34, 35||View Objects related to this Type Citation|
|[Book] Groneman, Isaac. 2009. The Javanese Kris.. C. Zwartenkot Art Books - Leiden and KITLV Press. Type Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 181 #84||View Objects related to this Type Citation|
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