HOME OF TRADITIONAL WEAPONS FROM THE INDONESIAN ARCHIPELAGO. Panimbal keris, kris - Wilah with clear Melati Sinebar pamor and Panimbal dapur with 9 luk - Mataram Sultan Agung era (17th century) - Copper blewah pendok - Gandar iras from Sono Keling wood. This Panimbal keris dates from the Mataram Sultan Agung era (17th century). It is forged to Panimbal dapur with 9 luk (turns).
In Indonesian history, kerises with dapur Panimbal were reserved exclusively for courtiers of the royal palaces. It was believed that this dapur would be able to help the owner to become a person chosen or to gain the trust of his superiors or even the king and thus be trusted to carry out important functions of the kingdom. This dapur has magical powers that give its owner charisma and allure in the eyes of other people. His words will always be heard and he will be trusted and obeyed.This made the Panimbal keris one of the kerises with its own class. The Panimbal keris provides wisdom and power.
A Panimbal keris is believed to pull the powers of other kerises to aid its owner. Furthermore, the wilah is forged with a complex Melati Sinebar pamor. This pamor possesses magical powers that will bring the greatest happiness to its owner. It makes it easy for the owner to find a fortune and helps him to be respected by his work and private environment.
Melati Sinebar means scattered or scattered jasmine flowers. The philosophy of this pamor is the hope that Keris owners who own this pamor will get a fragrant name in society, such as the scent of scattered jasmine flowers. But to have a good name in the community, you must of course strive for good behavior in the environment, do good to others, and do things that are good for others and the environment. Like jasmine plants that must first be planted, watered, cared for until they thrive and eventually produce beautiful and fragrant flowers. The keris is housed in a Solo Ladrang warangka.
The gandar is of the gandar Iras type. The warangka and gandar are carved from a single piece of solid wood. A Blewah (half open) copper pendok covers the gandar. Tangguh: Mataram Sultan Agung (17th century).
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