(Attributed) Inkstone with astrological theme and engraved with poem by Su Shi, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127)
- Image Number: K1F000152N000000000PAC
- Dynasty: Northern Song dynasty
- Category: Studio implements
- Function: Stationery
- Material: Minerals/Jade Jewelry/Endstone
Brown black end stone, Tai Shi style inkstone. The pool is in one character. There is an eye column directly below the pool, symbolizing the bright moon, surrounded by floating clouds in shallow relief, and there is no fence at the end of the ink hall; Height of walls on both sides. The back of the inkstone is like a copy of the hand, and more than 60 eye pillars are scattered at the height of the slant, as if stars are in the sky. On the right side of the wall, there is an inscription of running script inscribed on Tuo Sushi. The side wall of the inkstone head is engraved with the official script of Qing Emperor Gaozong and the seal seal. The cover of the attached wooden box is engraved with the same official script and inkstone inscriptions and knowledge in intaglio. The seals are: “A few flaws make me happy” and “I got a good taste”.
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