Refined clay inkstone with coin pattern, Song dynasty (960-1279)
- Image Number: K1F000044N000000000PAD
- Dynasty: Song dynasty
- Category: Studio implements
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Minerals/ceramics/clarified mud
Square Chengni inkstone is covered with green and vermilion stripes, which is like an ancient bronze ware. The place where the inkstone is received in the inkstone hall shows the clear mud color, which is yellow and red. The cloud patterns around the surface of the inkstone are embossed, but most of them are indistinct. The back of the inkstone is pasted with three coins. The big one is on the upper right of the back of the inkstone, the small one is two pieces of clay and gold, and the two corners above the back of the inkstone are two pieces of clay and gold, and the lower part of the wall of the inkstone, Engraved a poem made by the emperor: “Three coins were pasted in green all over the area. It is possible that Lu Bao wanted to talk about it in Xiengjin, so Rongsi could also be around.” Regular script and paragraph title: “Emperor Qianlong’s Imperial Title” were included in the eighth volume of Complete Works of Emperor Gaozong’s Imperial Poems of the Qing Dynasty, and the fourth volume of Emperor Gaozong’s Imperial Poems, volume 64, page 11. In the forty fourth year of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (already Haihai) and 1779 AD, there were two seals: “Choose” and “Long”, round, square and continuous bead.
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