|Origin:||Tonegawa-ishi. Saitama prefecture, Japan.|
|Size:||6 3/4 x 3 x 3 1/2 inches, 17 x 7.5 x 9 cm (w x h x d)|
|Storage Box:||Made of kiri wood (Paulownia) and used to store and protect the stone when not on display.|
Written on the outside of the sliding lid, from right to left is...
Tonegawa san - ishi
"Shojudai" ("Auspicious Pine Plateau" the stone's name)
Written on the inside, from right to left, is...
Heisei 5, fourth month, tenth day (10 April 1993)
Namekawa village, Saitama Prefecture
"Shoju so" ("Shoju residence)
From this, the stone was named "Auspicious Pine Plateau" and inscribed at the Shoju residence in Namekawa village, Saitama prefecture, on April 10, 1993.
||Carved in Japan from rosewood, beautiful workmanship - its design suits and fits this uncut stone very well.
||A fine quality plateau (doha) suiseki, with a rounded peak on the right flowing down
onto the plateau extending to the left, the plateau's overhang adds an interesting visual tension to the stone.|
A very tactile stone.
||$650, including worldwide Air Mail shipment.