Duan inkstone in the form of a tied sack, Song dynasty (960-1279)
- Image Number: K1F000458N000000000PAD
- Dynasty: Song dynasty
- Category: Studio implements
- Function: Stationery
- Material: Minerals/Jade Jewelry/Endstone
The end stone is carved into a bag shape. The head of the inkstone is in two rounded corners. The belly of the inkstone is round. The lower end is in the shape of a sunflower petal. The upper part is wide and deep as an ink pool. The back of the inkstone is embossed like a bag mouth, making it a tightly bound silk rope. Inkstone face pocket is engraved with a poem written by Emperor Gaozong of the Qing Dynasty. It is written in regular script: “The old pit end stone is rare today. Sometimes it is difficult to find the internal storeroom, and everything is obscure. The reason for this is clear. For a long time, the quality is black jade linked to the city treasure, and the shape is made to cover the pocket three times. It is prudent not to harm yourself and perform the lines of the earth. It is more clear that the Jin people are loyal and loyal. They want to be the sage of Xining Shaoxing. The power traitors and deeds are just and the people are ugly. However, there is no loyal minister at this time. The Communist Party is straightforward about accepting your views, hoping to learn from the past and change it is true, and afraid that people have already made clear”, Title: “Qianlong Wuxu Imperial Title” Seal 2: “Ancient Fragrance” and “Tai Pu”.
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