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Post  Milan Kulhavy on Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:05 pm

Hi friends, here is my next Suiseki, Toyama-ishi.Origin: Jizera River,Czech Republic.Daiza is made of maple wood.Stone has a nice color, shape and quality.I must still work for better surface(yoseki process).Large: 20x13x9 cm.Have a nice day.




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Re: Next suiseki

Post  peterbrod on Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:27 pm

Milan,for perfection,I would like to draw attention to not miss a couple of dai,in my view

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Re: Next suiseki

Post  Chris Cochrane on Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:25 pm

Hi Milan... Welcome back in sharing photos on the IBC Stone Forum. I've noted your comments, often brief, which support recognition of suiseki.

You had shared photos (February 14, 2009) of your favorite stones. They were linked to a Czech website where they are no longer available on the original URL. Photos in this post are also linked to a Czech website. If the photos are not maintained on the original URL, they will disappear here. It is not required, but please consider posting photos on this server or on site where you control the URL. We would like to see more of your stones and be able to refer to them in the future.

It is nice to have a suiseki enthusiast comment on a new stone needing the yoseki process. While Peter Brodnansky is both skilled & generous in sharing daiza-design advice, most of his stones have little attraction as suiseki because lacking in this regard.

Stones with new, raw surfaces are not completed as suiseki. Stones with glazed (acid-washed?), water-repelling surfaces are ruined from becoming suiseki. Acid washing is acceptable for shangshi & viewing stones, but not suiseki.

You entered one of the discussions on yoseki practice where a several enthusiasts weighed-in, previously-- see a-stone-i-found-near-where-i-live.

Please extend IBC greetings to old IBC friends Karel Serak & Tomas Homola.

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Re: Next suiseki

Post  Milan Kulhavy on Thu Jan 27, 2011 4:36 pm

Hi Chris, I understand everything you wrote, everything will OK.I am glad you remember my older post.Soon I add more photos of my new stones.I Would Like to be an active member IBC.Greetings to Karel Serak & Tomas Homola I pass.

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