Indonesian Parang and Sewar Knives with Scabbards
|Scabbard Materials||Wood, Leather|
|Origin||Indonesia, Southeast Asia|
|Personalization||One blade engraved with “Philippine,” the letter M, and pictorial scene of houses, trees, and mountains|
|Length of Blade (in.)||16 (longest blade)|
|Number of Items||3|
|Additional Information||Two knives with wooden scabbards. The knife with Philippine engraving has a leather scabbard|
- heavy oxidation patina to blades; scratches to blades; wear and surface losses to handles; wooden scabbards with scratches and cracks; leather scabbard with red rot, surface loss, and discoloration.
- measurement of longest knife.