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Barong 108 Ltd. Box-Set-Edition

The Barong tale goes back to the 10th century to tell the story of a Balinese prince named Erlangga.

The story tells how Erlangga's father, King Dharmodayana, condemns his wife Mahendradatta for practicing black magic and casts her out of his kingdom. She then turns into the demon Rangda and summons the evil spirits of the jungle to go after Erlangga and his people.

A great battled ensues but Rangda and her troops prove so strong that the young Prince requests the help of Barong. Erlangga and his brave soldiers, the Keris warriors, arrive to battle Rangda's demon army.

This drama is a classic example of the Balinese tradition of acting out mythology, weaving myth and history into an inseparable reality where good and evil coexist and no winner leaves the battlefield.

The number 108 is significant throughout Asian culture, including religion, arts, astronomy, martial arts and geometry.

The collection is named after the king of the spirits and limited to the significant number of 108.

Barong 108 box


This knife set represents the finest in Balinese art and craftsmanship.

Fusing traditional handicraft with contemporary artistry, the blades feature ornate Damascus drawings, Makassar ebony hilts and extraordinary silver work detail with precious gemstones like black diamonds, rubies, and black and blue sapphires.

The traditional Keris, along with the Lontar, in the crocodile leather covered box, have been sacred items in Balinese culture for many centuries.

Barong 108 Box Specifications:

Indian Rosewood veneer, outside black crocodile
inside red suede, Balinese floral silver fittings
4,3 ct. black diamond-eyed silver barong emblem


  • 54  x 39  x 23 cm / 21.2 x 15.3 x 9 inch

Price upon request