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Red-Stone Seals in a Dragon Box Made by Wang Yun for Wang Hui (1632-17

Red-Stone Seals in a Dragon Box Made by Wang Yun for Wang Hui (1632-17


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王雲為王翬(清)所製 蟠龍鈕雞血紅石套印 印文:松風、竹影、盒底刻:石谷所有。 Two Chiken-Blood Red-Stone Seals in a Dragon Box Made by Wang Yun (1652-1735) for Wang Hui (1632-1717) Qing Dynasty The seal set was made for Wang Hui (1632-1717), the leading master of "Four Wangs of Early Qing" and "Painting Sage of Early Qing". Since Wang Hui's courtesy name is Shi Gu, the seal box bears a carved mark of Shi Gu SuoYou, meaning Property of Shi Gu. One seal is carved with the maker's name: Wang Yun (1652-1735). The seal bearing Wang Yun's carved signature reads: Zhu Ying, meaning Shadow of Bamboo, while the other says: Song Feng, Wind through Pine. The seal set might be made upon an imperial order of the royal court, while with a carved coiling dragon atop the box cover. It still has a label of another New York based auctioneer attached to it from a decade ago. Height: 1 1/2 inches (3.8 cm) Length & Width: 2 1/8 X 2 1/8 inches (5.4 X 5.4 cm) Weight: 196 grams