Ukur Kepeng

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At the moment among teenagers there who like to get the money PIS REJUNA perforated pictorial puppet figure most proficient in archery is the ARJUNA. Pis Bolong pictorial Arjuna is believed to be used to lure the girl who became the target of the youth. With the symbol Arjuna is believed to be able to shoot the girl’s heart to marry her as his wife. So tough and strong belief in the efficacy of this PIS REJUNA not least among young men a strong desire to marry her soon this dream hunt at… Young Men, The Girl Who, Puppet, Archery, Teenagers, Bali, Coins, Target, Youth

At the moment among teenagers there who like to get the money PIS REJUNA perforated pictorial puppet figure most proficient in archery is the ARJUNA. Pis Bolong pictorial Arjuna is believed to be used to lure the girl who became the target of the youth. With the symbol Arjuna is believed to be able to shoot the girl’s heart to marry her as his wife. So tough and strong belief in the efficacy of this PIS REJUNA not least among young men a strong desire to marry her soon this dream hunt at…

"Magic Coins of Java, Bali and the Malay Peninsula" - by Joe Cribb (British Museum Press - Catalogue, to centuries, based on the Raffles Collection of coin-shaped charms from Java in the British Museum. Magic Coins, British Museum, Java, Charms, Chinese, Collection, Chinese Language

Cribb: MAGIC COINS OF JAVA, BALI AND THE MALAY PENINSULA

Cribb, Joe British Museum, London, 1999, 288 pages, the last 80 of which are fine plates, large format, laminated boards. New

Unknown Artist, Female ukur kepeng (funerary figure) @artsy Indonesian Art, Artsy, Statue, Female, Gallery, Artwork, Work Of Art, Roof Rack, Sculpture

Unknown Artist | Female ukur kepeng (funerary figure) (Bali, Indonesia, probably 20th century) | Artsy

From Bard Graduate Center Gallery, Unknown Artist, Female ukur kepeng (funerary figure) (Bali, Indonesia, probably 20th century), Coins, gilding, string, a…

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