Duan inkstone inscribed with “Ruisi dongge”, Song dynasty (960-1279)
- Image Number: K1F000148N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Song dynasty
- Category: Studio implements
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Minerals/Jade Jewelry/Endstone
The inkstone is rectangular in shape, wide and straight in face. The spectrum cloud of the inkstone is the rock of the end stream. The ink pool is formed at the place where the inkstone receives the ink slowly and obliquely towards the head of the inkstone. The four corners are damaged. The inkstone wall is surrounded by landscapes. The writing style is simple and simple, and the artistic conception is bleak. The fund is: “Ma Yuan”, two character running script, and the central inscription: “Ruisi East Pavilion”, four character regular script, One of the seven character poems made by Emperor Qianlong was engraved around it: “When the East Pavilion was facing the pond, I learned from thin gold and saw it today. That is to say, I think about things with great wisdom, which is enough to know that Hong Fan never thought about them.” The title: “Qianlong Wushuchun Imperial Title”, with a seal: “Understanding is not far away”. According to “Qianlong Wushu”, it was the 43rd year of Qianlong’s reign in the Qing Dynasty. In 1778, according to this poem, it was included in “Complete Works of Imperial Poems of Emperor Gaozong of the Qing Dynasty”, “Imperial Poems”, Volume 51, Page 15.
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