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Friday, November 27, 2009

Seal cutting Ⅰ Japanese calligraphy



It is called "rakkann" to seal with a signature of the calligraphy.
It is called
"tennkoku" to make the seal (seal cutting).




Tennkoku is established as the world of the art which a calligraphy and a sculpture connected. I make it with oneself.




As for this stone, tennkoku is for exclusive use.
There are various kinds and scales.

As for the most famous seal, it was sealed calligraphy of Wang Xizhi.

18 comments:

  1. Wau..that's very interesting..How they do it?

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  2. the first and the second are really beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful stones Interesting his meaning.
    Kisses

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  4. Unas piezas muy interesantes con sus preciosos colores.

    Saludos.

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  5. Very interesting post. Such ornate craftsmanship.

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  6. Bonitos sellos...cuantas cosas nuevas descubrimos con tus relatos.

    Besos

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  7. Entré a algunos enlaces que pusiste en el texto para saber más. Ahí ví que no solamente usaban piedras para los sellos sino también maderas y huesos de animales, excelente post, Ruma.
    Un abrazo.

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  8. What beautiful colors... such an elegant purposeful tool. Carol

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  9. That's interesting, and the stones are beautiful. You are full of new information for those of us across the Pacific!

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  10. Estan muy buenas las rocas, parece que fueran milenarias.

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  11. All your pictures and all your comments are very interesting.

    Thank you for these informations.
    I'm going to bed less stupid than yesterday!...

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  12. ruma...

    gracias por esta nueva mirada que nos acercas sobre esos tesoros y costumbres...
    alguien me mostró una vez un sello al que fundía con lacre... lo usaba en su correspondencia personal... era como un aguila... muy bello...

    maravillosos!!!

    hermosos días!!!

    beso!!

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  13. I can see how these two -art/caligraphy and sculpture meet. These photos are interesting and enlightening-

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  14. Nice elements what kind of stone is that?


    Laby[pimp suit]

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  15. Hola Ruma! He visto tu comentario en mi blog del Tintero de China y quería darte las gracias por tu visita. Soy una enamorada de tu cultura y tu blog me parece encantador. Me he permitido hacerme seguidora tuya y te he dejado mi nuevo avatar de mi blog, Nacida en Africa.

    Brisas y besos.

    Malena

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