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Wayang klitik puppet, also called a krucil gepeng puppet. Made of carved, gilded, and painted wood with fibre holding the horn rods to the arms. One of the rods is missing, as is the central rod. There is a fibre tassel at the end of the rod. The arms are made of animal hide. The character is Layang Kumitir. The puppet wears gold ornaments on his head and arms and an elaborate textiles with patterns from luxury Indian trade textiles and patterns reserved for the court. The forward looking face indicates a bold nature.
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Length: 36.20 centimetres (not inc arm supports)
Weight: 220 grammes
Width: 15 centimetres (heel to toe)
Width: 16.60 centimetres (shoulder to shoulder)
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- The old record read: Wayang klitik, Krucil Gepeng Layang Kumitar puppet made of wood.
Krucil Gepeng also refers to the type of puppet, as does Wayang klitik.
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