Indonesian Knives

Indonesian Knives From The Old Days Of The Dutch Indiens.

Super Rare Sword

A Super Rare Sword From Kalimantan (Old Days Dutch Borneo) I Do Not Know The Name Of The Sword Nobody Knows. The Story Is :The Man On The Sheath With Suitcase In His Hand, (We Call Him The Computer Guy.) Came As A New Longhouse Have To Be Built And He Behead Slaves Of The New Longhouse Builders (With The Rare Sword),Then Heads Were Buried Into Holes Dug For The Foundation Piles Of New Longhouses, Good Story True Or Not ...........????? If Anyone Has More Information Email Me.

My Little Keris Corner

My Little Keris Corner

The Balato From Nias.

BALATO: Nias. Sword With A Round Rattan Basket Decorated With Animal Teeth's On His Scabberd. The Hilt Is Decorated By LASARA God Of Death And Darkness And BEKHU An Evil Spirit Biting The Lasara's Neck And Sticking His Tongeu Out Of The Lasara's Mouth. A Dracula Story.

TOLOR THE DAYAK QUIVER

TOLOR: Borneo, The Quiver In Which The Dayak (Kayan) Carry The Poisonous Dart For Blowpipes.

THE PADANG LURUS

PADANG LURUS: Java. Little Sword With A Beatifully Decorated Silver Hilt And Scabbard. The Hilt Is Of Jugendstil Design. 1890-1920.

THE BADIK

BADIK: Sulawesi. Little Knife With Straight blade And A Hilt From Hippopotamus Ivory. Pamor: Walang Sinunuk (The Squatting Grasshopper) +/- 1800.

THE KERIS BUGIE

KERIS: Bugie Sulawesi. Sulawesi Celebes.Wooden Scabbard. Straight Blade Dapur: Kala Misani Celebes Style. Pamor: Baras Wutah (Strewn Rice). Handle Wood, Pangulu (Garuda). Mendak: Silver. Surakarta Area 1749 Up To Present.

THE KERIS SOLO

KERIS: Java Solo. Mataram 1575-1705 A.D. Scabbard Of Wood Kajoe Pelet, Gayaman Solo. Pamor: Baras Wutah.(Strewn Rice). Dapur: Balebang. Mendak: Gilt Brass Parjoto Solo. Pendok: Silver Bunton Solo. Hilt: Wood Kemuning Nanggak Solo.

EKAJO (poki poki) THE ENGGANO JAVELIN

The Ekajo Javelin Is A National Weapon Of The People Of The Enggano Island South Of Sumatra Indonesia. For More Info See Book Traditional Weapons Of ENGGANO By A.G. Van Zonneveld. A Must Have !!!

KAYAN MANDAU

MANDAU: Borneo, A Sword Used When Hunting Heads, Used By The Kayan Dayaks, The Steel Blade Of The Mandau Is Made Of High Carbon Steel, The Blade Is Heated, At The Cutting Edge Up To Approx. 800 deg. C. And Quenched Down Into Water, This Makes A Hard Cutting Edge. After This The Blade Shows A Grey Area And A White Thin Line Between Grey Area And Non Tempered Part, Like A Poor Polished W-W II Japonese Blade. Brass Inlay, Name Mata Kalong (Big Flying Fox Bat Or Fruit Bat) Near The Hilt, And Dots On The Swords Body. The Curls At The Toppart Of The Blade Present Symbols Of A Vagina.

FRONT MAN MANDAU

MANDAU: Borneo, A Sword Used When Hunting Heads, Used By The Kayan Dayak. Brass Inlay, Name Mata Kalong (Big Flying Fox Bat Or Fruit Bat) Near The Hilt, And An Range Of Mata Kalong Shaped Figures And Dots On The Swords Body. The Curls At The Toppart Of The Blade Present Symbols Of A Vagina And Hornbill Head. And A Masterpiece \"The Backforcing\".

MANDAU HILT GALLERY

The Green Mandau Hilt Gallery.

FACE HILT MANDAU GALLERY

The Face Mandau Hilt gallery.

PAPUA STONE HATHETS

Irian Jaya: Papua New Guinea. Two Stone Hathets For The \"Dani\" People, Made Out Of Green Stone, Yeineri Flat Style Axe Blades. +/-1950\'s