Ploncon
The ploncon or jagrak is the stand used in Java to both store and exhibit keris. The ones offered here have a
dragon or naga at each end supporting a cross bar with holes in it to accept the keris.

These stands have been photographed with keris from my own collection in place.   
Ploncon
Keris Display
Tosanaji Keris
For many years I was unable to buy ploncons of satisfactory quality and at prices
that would permit resale. Last year a good friend of many years passed away and
I was able to buy from his family some very good quality ploncons that I had sold
to him in the 1980's.

These will be the last ploncons of this type and quality that I will be able to offer.

Only one man and his son carved these two types of ploncon and of this quality,
the father passed away during the 1990's, the son ceased carving work more than
ten years ago.
Ploncon to accept 5 keris.

This is the robyong style, carved
from kayu mahoni (mahogany)
its measurements are:-
length:-  24" (610mm)
height:- 12" (305mm)
depth:- 10.5" (265mm)
                                    
$160
Ploncon to accept 5 keris.

This is the Dwi Nogo style,
carved from kayu mahoni
(mahogani),its measurements
are:-
length:- 23.5" (597mm)
height:- 14.5" (367mm)
depth:- 4.75" (120mm)
                                      
$150
Ploncon to accept three keris.

This is the Dwi Nogo style, carved
from kayu jati (teak), its
measurements are:-
length:- 17.75" (450mm)
height:- 14.45" (367mm)
depth:- 4.75" (120mm)
                                          
$140
Ploncon to accept one keris.

This is the Dwi Nogo style, carved
from kayu jati (teak), its
measurements are:-
length:- 11.75" (297mm)
height:- 14.5" (367mm)
depth:- 4.75" (120mm)
                                          
$130