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Post  aihaozheya on Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:34 am

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Post  aihaozheya on Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:43 am

This group of pictures, random pictures, because the Chinese style, also upload to here

Not so good, please forgive me badly.




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Post  aihaozheya on Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:55 am

Upload a few agate pictures, like dried fruit stone.

Are all natural, no processing carving.

In these pictures if there is illegal, please tell me, I'll handle.





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Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:38 am

Thank you for the additional pictures. I saw a lot of interesting things when I was in China last Fall (Oct. 2010) Beside the problem of already having too much stuff, the weight kept us from buying very much at all. I really liked some of the tea and ink stones, very beautiful on their own, as well as functional. We visited a number of exhibits where stones were shown and sold. This facility in Beijing had stones listed at 6,000,000 RMB. BTW, if you notice the large stone statue in front has a red cloth over his eyes, we were told that this is done so that the first thing he sees is his owner when he is put in place and the cloth removed.

They had some large, impressive stones.

One of the things that impressed me was the artistic carving of the wooden stands for the stones and how each stand became part of the design. That is not so much true with this stone.

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Re: my SUISEKI----- From china

Post  aihaozheya on Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:37 pm

Billy M.



When you come to China?

I'll be your guide.



You said that the Family Museum, Beijing is the largest, the boss is the Chinese people in Guizhou, designed for the rich and corrupt officials opened.

The stone lion, is a Chinese legend of the dragon of the nine sons of one.

Next time you come to China, I take you to see more majestic.


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