Scholars Stones
and Suiseki

海内存知己, If within the four seas we have bosom friends caring for each other,
天涯若比邻。 Then even remote dwellers in the four corners of the earth

 

 

Comprising Suiseki, Scholars Stones, Gongshi, Suisok, Viewing Stones etc.

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 I have recently built up a large collection of Scholars and viewing Stones, Suiseki, from around China. These exceptional stones are on hand carved Daizas and offer you the opportunity to buy museum quality Stones at  prices that range from $150 to $1500. Some of these excellent stones are available in the UK from Craig Coussins (craig.coussins@btinternet.com )
This is our new Stones Page.

The stones that I am offering are truly wonderful.  These stones look wonderful displayed on a coffee table or on a standing desk. The images on this page are samples of the high quality that I have. Some of these may well have been sold by the time you see this page but I have a large collection and I am happy to send you images and prices from which you have the opportunity to choose. You will see the number of the stone when you run your mouse over the image. The number will appear at the bottom of your web page.

Click on any stone for a larger image. There is a small icon which will appear on the enlarged image that will further enlarge the image when clicked.

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Dimensions of the stones on this page

Xixia  Stones:  Viewing stones that represent landscapes or animals.      All sizes in Inches

Huan La Stones: These are abstract shapes with many images in each stone.

 

The small groups of stones are the rare
Feng Li Stone from Inner Mongolia.
 In  different sizes and shapes Frank can take better images for you. Photo 1 to Photo 6 at the bottom of the page. This is the famous area of Chinese Jade discoveries.

 

 

 

Scholar  Stones: Traditional Scholars Stones also known as Gongshi. These are strange shapes and help in meditation and focussing the mind and are of exceptional quality. An essential part of a Chinese home in Feng Shue and modern design. Gongshi use date back over two thousand years.

 

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