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These scholar's rocks were collected throughout numerous years and allegedly have a profound spiritual importance in bringing nature into small views. In the previous classical Chinese durations scholar's used the rocks for reflection or reflection and placed them on desks and furniture in their research areas. Great gardens were also created with huge stones too.

The first piece is a chicken bloodstone mounted on a carved dragon concept soapstone and black jade base. The pair of rocks are from a watery Chinese cavern and are mounted on rosewood bases. The last product is basalt mounted on a teak stand.

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