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Greatest extravagance Yishui Inkstone calligraphy carved collect Duan inkstand

Greatest extravagance Yishui Inkstone calligraphy carved collect Duan inkstand

Ink Stone from an American Bayside Collecto

Ink Stone from an American Bayside Collecto

Taohe inkstone from Song Dynasty; Nantoyōsō Collection, Japan.

Taohe inkstone from Song Dynasty; Nantoyōsō Collection, Japan.

Fine Chinese Imperial (Song Hua Shi) Ink Stone with Inscription, #Qing Dynasty, Sold for $16,380 #asianart #michaans #inkstone http://www.michaans.com/events/2009/auct_06082009.php

Fine Chinese Imperial (Song Hua Shi) Ink Stone with Inscription, #Qing Dynasty, Sold for $16,380 #asianart #michaans #inkstone http://www.michaans.com/events/2009/auct_06082009.php

Warrior Hat : Not Authentic Naga Warrior Hat with Brass Boar Tusks, Carved Wooden Monkey Head, Died Goat Hair and Feathers #625

Warrior Hat : Not Authentic Naga Warrior Hat with Brass Boar Tusks, Carved Wooden Monkey Head, Died Goat Hair and Feathers #625

[转载]【砚田书院】--夏梁楷书《如梦令·常记溪亭日暮》

[转载]【砚田书院】--夏梁楷书《如梦令·常记溪亭日暮》

I have a thing for chinese ink-stones. Mine is both an art supply and a home decoration. Even when it is filthy. Mine is simpler than this one but still has a bit of decoration on it.

I have a thing for chinese ink-stones. Mine is both an art supply and a home decoration. Even when it is filthy. Mine is simpler than this one but still has a bit of decoration on it.

Highly Embellished Duanshi Inkstone - The first inkstones were produced during the Tang dynasty (618-905), becoming ever more embellished as the years went by. Inkstone production reached its creative peak during the reign of Emperor Qianlong (1736-1799), who himself amassed a vast imperial collection of inkstones, many of which can still be found in the Palace Museum in Taiwan.

Highly Embellished Duanshi Inkstone - The first inkstones were produced during the Tang dynasty (618-905), becoming ever more embellished as the years went by. Inkstone production reached its creative peak during the reign of Emperor Qianlong (1736-1799), who himself amassed a vast imperial collection of inkstones, many of which can still be found in the Palace Museum in Taiwan.

Large & Heavy Elaborately Carved Inkstone Very large and heavy, elaborately carved Chinese inkstone; of semi-circular form with deep well at the top and two cranes perched amid pine in high relief; seal mark (minor chip and wear); D: 14"

Large & Heavy Elaborately Carved Inkstone Very large and heavy, elaborately carved Chinese inkstone; of semi-circular form with deep well at the top and two cranes perched amid pine in high relief; seal mark (minor chip and wear); D: 14"

When ink was a precious commodity, before the days of ready-mixed ink pots, it was preserved in solid sticks (inksticks), ready to be ground and mixed with water for use by calligraphers and artists. The Chinese would use inkstones as mortars for grinding their inksticks, which was combined with a few drops of water and stored as ink in a small well on the inkstone itself.

When ink was a precious commodity, before the days of ready-mixed ink pots, it was preserved in solid sticks (inksticks), ready to be ground and mixed with water for use by calligraphers and artists. The Chinese would use inkstones as mortars for grinding their inksticks, which was combined with a few drops of water and stored as ink in a small well on the inkstone itself.

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