From the infamouse Malay dagger called Keris down to brass products for wedding ceremonies, Malaysian metal products are in a league of their own.
From the 14th century, from the days of the Melaka Sultanate, Malaysian metal works are well known for it's intricate designs and unique applications from the infamous and unique Malay dagger known as Keris, to the earlier versions of money down to the jewelry and decorative products that adorned Malaysian celebrations and homes.
Malaysian metal based products varies from the likes of the Keris made from tempered iron to intricate jewelry made our of pure silver. Brassware is another popular arts of craftsmanship amongst the residents of East Coast of Malaysia. This yellowish alloy made of zinc and copper has been in existence since the day of Dong Son period, an era of emerging metal prowess.
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