藏品规格：长：12cm宽：8cm 高：3.4cm 重：510g
Yan, also known as yan, is one of the traditional Chinese handicrafts. Yan Yan, together with pen, ink and paper, is called the four treasures of the traditional Chinese study. It is an essential tool for Chinese calligraphy. The use of inkstones is also very wide, among them the Red silk inkstone in Qingzhou, Shandong, the Duan Inkstone in Zhaoqing, Guangdong, she Inkstone from Ancient Xi Zhou, Anhui (now Huangshan), The Taohe Inkstone in Zhuo Ni, Gansu is the most prominent, known as the "four famous inkstones".
"Shi Ming", written by Liu Xi in the Han Dynasty, explains: "Those who study ink can study ink and moisten it". It evolved from the abrasives of primitive societies. The early ink-stone, the form of primitive, is a small grind stone in one side of a flat stone pressed ink pellet ground into ink. To the Han Dynasty, the ink stone appeared on the carving, with a stone cover, with a foot. Wei jin to Sui appeared round porcelain inkstone, from three feet and many feet. Dustpan type inkstone is a common type in Tang Dynasty. It looks like a dustpan. One end of the inkstone falls to the ground and the other end is supported by the foot. During the Tang and Song dynasties, the ink stone was more diversified.
After the Qin, Han, Wei and Jin dynasties, and up to the Tang Dynasty, stones suitable for making inkstones were found in various places, and inkstones mainly made of stone were started. They adopt the Red silk yan from Qingzhou in Shandong, the Duan stone from Duan Zhou in Guangdong, the Xi stone from Xi Zhou in Anhui and the ink slab made from The Tao he stone in Lintao, Gansu, which are called the Red silk yan, Duan Yan, she inkstone and Tao He inkstone respectively. People of later generations will be red silk yan, Duan, Xi, Lintao Yan called the four famous yan. In the late Qing Dynasty, people also list shanxi's Chengni and Duan, Xi, Tao as one of the four most famous ink-stones in China.
One of the duanyan material taken from the southeast of Zhaoqing Gao County in Guangdong Province, the stream of Lanhe Mountain (also known as Axke Mountain) because of its "weight and light, the quality of hard and soft, touch the lonely without fiber sound, according to such as children's skin, soft and tender but not slippery" and there is no damage, should be ink characteristics. Since the tang Dynasty came into being, the Duan Inkstone has been favored by many scholars. Together with the beautiful texture, each name, processing techniques are also more and more complicated, the status of more and more high, as a result rose to the first stone in China, enduring. Now our company collected a rare grape grain to guangdong province, which is produced by the qing dynasty in guangdong zhaoqing, 12 cm long, 8 cm wide, 3.4 cm high and weighs 510 g, fine inkstone, patina massiness is natural, appear elegant light condition, design is the squirrel grape grain, meaning many children blessed, rare, has the very high collection value and investment value. Welcome to consult [shake hands]