Zen Stone ‘Mingan Rock’ Viewing Stone, Scholars Rock, Bonsai, Suiseki
This suiseki is named’mingan rock’. The rock’seki’ was found in montréal, quebec, canada and represents a stone in the desert created by wind-blown sand erosion that have many caves on different levels for troglodytes. We can also sea a frog head coming out of the stone. A viewing stone make’s great gifts for him or for her zen stone for meditation with a bonsai. The base’daiza’ was carefully sculpted out of black walnut wood, sanded and finished with tung oil. This is number 86 of frederick johner’s dated and signed suiseki collection. The rock has not been cut. Medium scholar stone 810 g. The suiseki is pronounced suu-e-sek-e, which means water for sui and earth for seki. Close relative of the bonsai culture, it was first found in china more than 1500 years ago. Suiseki are spiritual rock use in the buddhist and zen philosophy as a miniature representation of the power and beauty of mother nature, like a art masterpiece that as lived all the element of the cycle of creation. For those of you who want to listened. A suiseki that possess the wabi-sabi, which means: the beauty done by the imperfections of time, will show a force that is uplifted by a daiza (wooden base sculpted following the contour of the rock) or a suiban (a ceramic plate filled with water or sand). These different type of daiza represent water or desert. Everything that surround the suiseki represent the cosmos. Beautiful suiseki are true collectable that demand respect. You can show them off harmoniously with a bonsai, a calligraphy, simply alone or as a group in a place and height that will put them at their best. This item is made of stone and pierre, roche, rock, wood is black walnut, bois de noyer noir.
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