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Post  thientrakieu on Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:10 am

Hi Everybody,
Please tell me know what this stone suggests. Thanks a lot.

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Post  bhswjww on Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:17 am

In China, the stone's name is Philip Stone, like people a lot. Very good piece of color, black and yellow contrast. Shape in general, not specifically because each SUISEKI with outstanding features: history, is the shape, the color, is thought there that only have a collection value. Forgive me for advice.
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Post  Guest on Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:59 am

Dear Trientrakieu

The collour of the stone is nice, and dramatic.
To me the stone is a landscape/mountain stone, and both a suiban and dai will look nice with this stone.
I would place it a bit deep in the suiban. And also try to avoid the round botom on the left side when carving the dai.

Kind regards Yvonne

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Post  thientrakieu on Fri Dec 31, 2010 1:39 pm

bhswjww wrote:In China, the stone's name is Philip Stone, like people a lot. Very good piece of color, black and yellow contrast. Shape in general, not specifically because each SUISEKI with outstanding features: history, is the shape, the color, is thought there that only have a collection value. Forgive me for advice.
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Dear Wang Jan,
Thank you very much for your advice.I think Philip is not the name of China. Please tell me know what Philip stone is.

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Post  thientrakieu on Fri Dec 31, 2010 1:43 pm

Yvonne Graubaek wrote:Dear Trientrakieu

The collour of the stone is nice, and dramatic.
To me the stone is a landscape/mountain stone, and both a suiban and dai will look nice with this stone.
I would place it a bit deep in the suiban. And also try to avoid the round botom on the left side when carving the dai.

Kind regards Yvonne
Dear Yvonne Graubaek,
I agree with you it is a landscape/mountain stone. I will make a dai according to your advice. Please continue help me with other stones. Thanks a lot.

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Post  bhswjww on Tue Jan 04, 2011 4:37 am

According to historical records, the first found in Huanglashi Zhenla States (now Cambodia), it said Huanglashi. Another argument is presented by the stone surface, named after the Prince oily glaze. Huanglashi Guangdong is one more well-known ornamental species. La stone or sandstone is silicified andesite, quartz iron. Huanglashi in petrology is a kind of quartz stone.on my site, there are two yellow, and you see the next.


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Post  thientrakieu on Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:44 am

bhswjww wrote: According to historical records, the first found in Huanglashi Zhenla States (now Cambodia), it said Huanglashi. Another argument is presented by the stone surface, named after the Prince oily glaze. Huanglashi Guangdong is one more well-known ornamental species. La stone or sandstone is silicified andesite, quartz iron. Huanglashi in petrology is a kind of quartz stone.on my site, there are two yellow, and you see the next.


Thank you for your explanation.
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