Moro Kris 5750

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Moro Kris 5750

550.00

MORO KRIS #5750
It is called Kalis tulid in Sulu meaning kris with a straight blade. The relatively long blade is 24’ long and very thick at the base measuring more than ½” thick - .67” and tapers towards the point to give it a nice balance. A long groove at the center is 18” long and has a small groove right below. On the upper and lower section of the guard are two thick bands of silver straps.

Grip is 3-3/4” wrapped in cord lacquered black and has a silver ferrule. Cockatoo style pommel is kamagong or Makassar ebony with no chips or cracks.

This kalis is from the late 1800 era from Sulu, Philippines.

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