New local parang designs

golok style parang

The straight golok style parang. Each blade design will be paired with its appropriate handle and sheath

I will be re-introducing a few new local parang designs at Sepuh Crafts. These parang designs are not something I created myself but are based upon existing designs used by locals in Malaysia. A few of the designs have already been on Sepuh Crafts in the past. Due to several inquiries, I have decided to revive them again.

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New lot of parang ready; July 2014

More parangs ready for sale.

More parangs ready for sale.

 

A new batch of Sepuh Crafts parangs are now ready for sale. To view the parangs, prices and other details, please click on the Picasa Album link. The link will bring you to Sepuh Crafts picture album where you can see each individual parang available. Each album consists of pictures of a particular parang number. Note also that we now have the longer, slimmer parang duku for sale. All the tangs of the parangs are double pinned and cured in slow setting epoxy inside the wooden handle.

Sale of the parang is strictly on a first come first serve basis. You can write to us via our Contact Us page for more information on Sepuh Crafts parangs and other Malaysian locally made crafts.

 

New lot of Parangs for May 2014

The longer blade parangs are great for bush clearing

The longer blade parangs are great for bush clearing

We are trying our best to make sure we get at least a lot of parang each month to cope with the demand and request. This time around, we not only have the Parang Candongs but also Parang Duku (it is called many names actually). The parangs are now being sent to the workshop for installation of brass pins as linseed treatment on the wood.

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