20TH century, 19 ¼” length, made in two stages with tapered low mushroom form terminal over tapered grip. Tapered shaft with brass ferrule and terminal. Concealed 7 ½” historic pattern welded iron spear point with medial ridge and baluster base. The use of an ancient blade in a modern weapon attests to the supernatural attributes possessed by the blade, imbued in its forging. It is common for modern Malay men to carry the kris which they believe to have supernatural powers. This is a less common application of the same belief.