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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. They are attached with fibre. There are fibre tassels at the ends of the rods. The central support rod was cut off at some point. The character is a refined male with a downward facing head and a pale face. The figure wears armlets, a kris ritual dagger, hair ornaments, and an elaborate skirt cloth with Indian trade textile patterns.
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Length: 40 centimetres (not inc arm supports)
Weight: 253 grammes
Width: 11.60 centimetres (heel to toe)
Width: 16.50 centimetres (shoulder to shoulder)
- Curator's comments
- Although the writing on the foot identifies the character is Kuda Tilarsa, this is inaccurate as this puppet is refined and Kuda Tilarsa is not.
- Not on display
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