Mountain Of The Caves Suiseki
Mountain Shape is the most traditional suiseki landscape and the presence of holes remembering caves, it increases poetic value. The stone comes from the Murge territory a highland south from the Bari territory. The material is a white limestone typical of the region and resembling Cretaceous era 110 Million years ago
Provenience: Murge - Apulia – Italy
Rock type: Limestone
Daiza wood type: Rosewood
Stone size: cm. 14 x 3 x h.5
Daiza size: cm. 14,5 x 6
Each Suiseki is shipped with its relative wooden box and certification attesting its authenticity by a Suiseki Master.
Suiseki (literally: "stone worked by water") is the Japanese art of placing stones found in nature with an appearance that reminds of a natural object.
In addition to being beautiful decorative stones, they are also placed in meditative environments or shown off with bonsai, because they also rapresent a symbol of strength and flow of nature.