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Suiseki. Zen. Viewing Stone. "Tatoosh"

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This sublime Suiseki stone offering is gleaned from a beach on Guemes Island, deposited on the shore from the Salish Sea. Entitled "Tatoosh". It is nestled in a sensitive concrete base designed and hand formed by artist, Peter Tyber. Natural salt and pepper beach sand surrounds this beautiful stone's perimeter and completes it's frame.
Each of our Suiseki are unique, a joy to behold, to give or to receive.

Dimensions Including the Base:
5.7 cm (2 1/4") tall x 6.35 cm ( 2 1/2") deep x 8.9 cm (3 1/2") long

Ships in 3-4 Business Days
The Story of Suiseki and Gift Card Included.

What is Suiseki?

Suiseki (pronounced suu-ee-seck-ee)
A Japanese term for beautiful and meaningful stones, most traditional Suiseki are often only a few inches long. Shaped by wind, rain and the passing of time. When displayed on specially designed stands they become a true work of art and a spiritual inspiration to the viewer.
Suiseki (Sui = water, Seki = stone) is the study and enjoyment of naturally formed stones as objects of beauty. The art of Suiseki involves the collection, preparation and appreciation of unaltered naturally formed stones. These stones are found in mountain streams, on windblown deserts, along ocean beaches - anywhere that nature may have deposited or shaped them.
Suiseki are stones that suggest mountains, lakes, waterfalls and other natural scenes or that are aesthetically pleasing in shape and texture. They represent nature in the palm of your hand.
* excerpt from about siuseki.com

Suiseki. Zen. Viewing Stone. "Tatoosh"


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stone, sand, concrete
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 806 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people