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Wayang klitik, also known as a Krucil Gepeng puppet. Made of carved, painted, and gilded wood. The arms are made of hide, and the rods of horn, although one is now missing. They are attached with fibre. The central support rod was cut off at some point. The character is a coarse male called Kat Buta. The figure wears a short-sleeved jacket, a kris ritual dagger, hair ornaments, and a skirt cloth with Indian trade textile patterns.
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Length: 39.70 centimetres (not inc arm supports)
Weight: 279 grammes
Width: 18.50 centimetres (heel to toe)
Width: 17.50 centimetres (shoulder to shoulder)
- Curator's comments
- Old records suggest that this is the character Roedu Guenang. This is a very odd name and indicates some confusion as the identification on the foot is completely different. Where the old records got the name is unknown.
- Not on display
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