Kujang Wadon (no Keris, sword, knife) Pajajaran

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  • Sold Date: Sep 05,2008
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Kujang Wadon

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Pajajaran Period, Abad 12-14

This is a traditional Javanese Kujang Wadon. It was used not only as a weapon but as a ceremonial piece and is quite often passed from generation to generation as a family heirloom (pusaka). This weapon type came into being after the war between the Majapahit and Pajajaran kingdoms. The Pajajaran kingdom lost the war and a lot of it's soldiers were taken prisoner. The Patih Gajah Mada (governor of Majapahit kingdom) ruled that the Empu of the Pajajaran kingdom would not be allowed to make Keris, Tombak or Pedang. So the empu of Pajajaran started to make the Kujang.

The Kujang and other Javanese weapons are believed (especially those made in the last century and before) to have mystical powers and many Indonesian (especially Javanese) people still believe in its magical powers.

This Kujang has a very beautiful Adek pamor.

This Kujang is from the Pajajaran period and is abad 12-14.

The Kujang is in excellent condition;

The Pamor is Adek.

It measures 31 cm from the tip of the blade to the top of the hilt.

Together with the sheath, the total measures 33 cm long.

The length of the hilt is 13.0 cm.

The Peksi is original.

The total weighs about 1.0 kg.

The sheath and hilt are new.

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Wahdaniyat70 Art and Antiques
Kujang Wadon

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Pajajaran Period, Abad 12-14

This is a traditional Javanese Kujang Wadon. It was used not only as a weapon but as a ceremonial piece and is quite often passed from generation to generation as a family heirloom (pusaka). This weapon type came into being after the war between the Majapahit and Pajajaran kingdoms. The Pajajaran kingdom lost the war and a lot of it's soldiers were taken prisoner. The Patih Gajah Mada (governor of Majapahit kingdom) ruled that the Empu of the Pajajaran kingdom would not be allowed to make Keris, Tombak or Pedang. So the empu of Pajajaran started to make the Kujang.

The Kujang and other Javanese weapons are believed (especially those made in the last century and before) to have mystical powers and many Indonesian (especially Javanese) people still believe in its magical powers.

This Kujang has a very beautiful Adek pamor.

This Kujang is from the Pajajaran period and is abad 12-14.

The Kujang is in excellent condition;

The Pamor...

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