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A fine inkstone formerly in the collections Shen Shiyou and Hashimoto Kansetsu, Qing dynasty

A fine inkstone formerly in the collections Shen Shiyou and Hashimoto Kansetsu, Qing dynasty

Green schist and wood, inkstone and box, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), early 18th century.  The green inkstone is carved in the shape of bamboo stem segments and is adorned in low relief with leafy branches rising from behind rocks.  The slanted surface of the sunken grinding area displays multiple layers of natural markings within the stone in purple and various shades of green. The wooden box is also carved in the shape of a length of bamboo.

Green schist and wood, inkstone and box, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), early 18th century. The green inkstone is carved in the shape of bamboo stem segments and is adorned in low relief with leafy branches rising from behind rocks. The slanted surface of the sunken grinding area displays multiple layers of natural markings within the stone in purple and various shades of green. The wooden box is also carved in the shape of a length of bamboo.

A fine inkstone formerly in the collections Shen Shiyou and Hashimoto Kansetsu, Qing dynasty

A fine inkstone formerly in the collections Shen Shiyou and Hashimoto Kansetsu, Qing dynasty

A RECTANGULAR DUAN INKSTONE

A RECTANGULAR DUAN INKSTONE

An Inscribed Duan Inkstone, 18th Century, dated by inscription to 1744

An Inscribed Duan Inkstone, 18th Century, dated by inscription to 1744

AN INSCRIBED IMPERIAL INKSTONE-FORM 'DRAGONS' INK CAKE BY LIU YUAN, QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD, THE INSCRIPTION QIANLONG, DATED TO THE GENGYIN YEAR (IN ACCORDANCE WITH 1770) in the form of a rectangular inkstone, one side carved with a pair of five-clawed dragons rising from swirling waves, all within a border of kui dragons, the reverse with an imperial inscription in lishu followed by two seals decorated in gilt reading bi de ('compare [oneself] to jade') and lang run ('bright and…

AN INSCRIBED IMPERIAL INKSTONE-FORM 'DRAGONS' INK CAKE BY LIU YUAN, QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD, THE INSCRIPTION QIANLONG, DATED TO THE GENGYIN YEAR (IN ACCORDANCE WITH 1770) in the form of a rectangular inkstone, one side carved with a pair of five-clawed dragons rising from swirling waves, all within a border of kui dragons, the reverse with an imperial inscription in lishu followed by two seals decorated in gilt reading bi de ('compare [oneself] to jade') and lang run ('bright and…

A fine inkstone formerly in the collections Shen Shiyou and Hashimoto Kansetsu, Qing dynasty

A fine inkstone formerly in the collections Shen Shiyou and Hashimoto Kansetsu, Qing dynasty

AN INSCRIBED 'DUAN' INKSTONE ATTRIBUTED TO RUAN YUAN, QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG – DAOGUANG PERIOD skilfully carved in the form of a bamboo segment with two internodal sections detailed with sprouts, one side carved with a recessed well with a beaded rim, the reverse with a deeper concave cavity, possibly intended to act as a grinding surface and a water well respectively, the double-sided inkstone well carved with five bats with outstretched wings, one side engraved with a lishu inscription…

AN INSCRIBED 'DUAN' INKSTONE ATTRIBUTED TO RUAN YUAN, QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG – DAOGUANG PERIOD skilfully carved in the form of a bamboo segment with two internodal sections detailed with sprouts, one side carved with a recessed well with a beaded rim, the reverse with a deeper concave cavity, possibly intended to act as a grinding surface and a water well respectively, the double-sided inkstone well carved with five bats with outstretched wings, one side engraved with a lishu inscription…

A Tianhuang stone “dragon” seal, Qing dynasty

A Tianhuang stone “dragon” seal, Qing dynasty

Description: A Chinese inkstone with original hardwood box, with inscriptions on inkstone and box, Qing Dynasty

Description: A Chinese inkstone with original hardwood box, with inscriptions on inkstone and box, Qing Dynasty

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