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This inkstone may just be the most beautiful inkstone in the world. I bought it for myself and intend to continue enjoying and using it until someone comes along who i cannot say no to. 
It is a really bold piece to use while preparing tea; the colors pop when the stone becomes wet and becomes almost mesmerizing. The intricate swirling cloud motifs adorn the periphery while the surface gently transitions into a well made to keep and tea (or ink) that spills from your pot. It comes with a gorgeous wooden (ironwood?) lid that is as dense as (insert very dense material). It comes in a very tattered but beautiful old embroidered bag with DRAGONS on it, and also a tattered wooden protective box. I have been told conflicting information about where in China it was mined so I won't try to speculate!

5. Antique red ink stone

Excluding JCT
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