KERIS CRAFT CENTER IN BANYUSUMURUP VILLAGE JOGJAKARTA

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Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta

Keris Craft is one of the traditional weapons of the kind that comes from Indonesia. Not just one area that uses this weapon as a complement traditional clothes. Keris is known in various areas ranging from Sumatra, Java, Madura, Bali, Lombok until

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta Enjoy the process of making various keris accessories is the most proper agenda after seeing keris collections and  the process of decorating the keris. You will be getting the full picture on how keris and its accessories are produced. Banyusumurup village is a location where you can enjoy it, a village since the 1950s evolved into Keris handicraft. Banyusumurup village offers crafts making keris, start pendok

Banyusumurup village produces warangka or keris Holster and handles or parts that functioned as keris handles. This area can be reached by walking straight to the South of crossroad Giwangan bus station and then take the right-hand lane after arriving at the t-junction leading to the tomb of Imogiri. You must attempt by private vehicle or taxi, because there is no public transportation such as the bus passed through it.

Cool atmosphere of the countryside will soon greet once you arrive in this region. Although he has developed as a craft village, the atmosphere of the village is still like the village in General, not many signposts as in Kasongan village. Most of the craftmen produce keris craft in the scale of households and up to now have not yet developed crafts special workshops or brand of keris.

In this village, there are about 200 skilled craft men who make keris. However, the artisans of that much, there’s only one person who is able to make Keris , i.e. inheritance of rechargeable the mantra-mantras with the functions for: safety, equal dignity, authority even filled anti witchcraft. Charging it as requested by the prospective owner. Other crafters are only makes Keris for the benefit of the arts such as dancing, music, bridal ware, uniforms or just decoration.

KERIS CRAFT AS AN ORNAMENTS OR HEIRLOOMS

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta Normally craftman Keris  making its function just as ornaments or accessories. Keris is usually used to complement traditional Javanese clothes or  Sendra dance show. The craftmen there rarely make the keris as heirlooms or weapons. This keris heirloom function to provide the safety of the manufacturing process is not easy. Necessary rituals like fasting or meditation.

The famous philosopher’s Keris craft – Crafters Keris Jiwo

The only philosopher’s Keris crafters that is Dihardjo, now aged Jiwo 68 years. By the late Sri Sultan HAMENGKU BUWONO IX, Mbah Jiwo was later given the title of Mpu Supo Sarjono, in 1982, after completion of the making of keris diamond studded frame orders HB IX.

A long history began when 300 years ago, when the Majapahit occurred in battle. One expert Keris, Tomorejo his name, fled from the town of Pasuruan to Yogyakarta and finally settled at Banyusumurup. MPU Sarjono Supo is descended to 5 of Mpu Tomo.

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta

The philosopher’s Keris price and high-quality work of Mpu Supo ranging between Rp 2 million to Rp 12 million a keris. Other crafters are only Rp 250,000 to Rp 1.5 million per bar. Why other crafters don’t make the philosopher’s Keris? In addition to need big capital, the requirement is also very heavy. Among them: have to walk 2 days 2 nights continuously without stopping, not 2 days 2 nights sleep continuously, meditating on the subject 2 days 2 nights continuous. The result? Exceptional. Mpu Sarjono command, when you’re filling out the mantra, should not be in the photo. If breaking? The crew of one of the central television station then take the picture. As a result the whole camera and lights exploding, losses are estimated at Rp 20 million. Believe or not, but it happend already.

The Making Process Of Keris Craft

In Mr. Jiwo’s residence, you can watch the making of keris seath that generally is made from brass. Almost the same as the process of carving keris seath, making also use simple tools, such as hammers, nails and inlaid pedestal which is also made from asphalt. The process could be said more simply of making ornament Keris because no need to melt the ingredients first.

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta

Brass as a raw material in advance created a seath then “dipatri”. Furthermore, to assist the process of carving, a plain seath attached on the surface of the base which is made of asphalt. Carving process starts according motives who want to made, usually the cases are dominated by the image of flowers.

Finished carving, seath then entered the stage of finishing. At this stage, the cases that have been carving the shape is emphasized by the use of iron rods. In order to make the colors brighter, polished with acidic solution. In the past, many craftmen using lemon juice to brighten the color, but is now more craftmen use HCl solution more practical reasons.

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta 9

If you walk into a home-based production of other accessories, you can also see the process of making the handles. Generally, a lot of the handles are made of wood with two forms of asem, the style of Solo and Yogyakarta style curves and smaller. Some are making keris designed range of figures of animals such as the lion and the dragon to human figures. For wood, it generated were carved according to the desired design.

In contrast to the craftmen in Serangan village who still tend to rely on order, the keris accessories craftmen in Banyusumurup always producing new accessories every day, an average of one person is capable of producing at least 2 cases per day.

Keris Craft Center in Banyusumurup village Jogjakarta THE THREE PART OF KERIS CRAFT PRODUCT

 Wilahan

Part of the knife blade is part of of a Keris. Basically, the region is divided into two, i.e. straight and meandering.

For keris with meandering wilahan, number of twists or luk typically odd, never even. Amount of bend in the end computed from wilahan to base, good bend of the bend inward or outward. According to some literature, number of twists on the keris can vary, at least three and a maximum of 13. More twists, more expensive price.

Warangka

Cases is the place wilahan sheathed if Keris is not used. The materials used are wood. This material is determining the quality of the Keris. Good quality wood like teak, sandalwood, camphor or if used aka making the price be expensive.

Basically, the shape of the carvings are divided into two; ladrang  seath, and gayaman. The fundamental difference in the two forms of the seath  ladrang is it has arches on its surface. The arch is called godong while the cases are gayaman have no arch.

Different shapes, different anyway. Keris seath gayaman was used during the war because of its shape is compact and no grooves. The current form of the gayaman cases are used for various purposes-formal. Royal servants or workers the keratin in Yogyakarta daily many who wear this form of Keris. Instead, for many ladrang carvings used for formal purposes such as weddings, custom events, and official events in the Palace.

Rod Holder Keris

This section serves to hold the wilahan so as not to hurt his hand. The materials used are generally given a wooden decorations of brass or manic-manic. On the surface there are also carvings.

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