Suiseki Stones & Figurines in Qu Yi Garden

Mar 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Gallery

As said in the post – Visiting Qu Yi Garden – A Big Big Penjing Gallery, the bonsai gallery of Mr. Wu Cheng-Fa (Chairman of Hong Kong Penjing and Artstone Society) does not only have thousands of penjing, but also a huge gallery of antique bonsai pots and a showroom of figurines and suiseki stones.

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery
Doesn’t this suiseki rock look like a citrus cut in half?

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery
Does this look like an old woman looking at a duck?

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery
These daiza – the carved wood bases – are so beautiful; very well carved and perfectly conforming to the shape of the suiseki stone.

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery
This carved stone is one of my favorite in Wu’s suiseki stone showroom.

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery
I am told that many of these figurines cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery

Happy Bonsai Shop has this Zhong Kui – the Chinese Ghostbuster -figurine for sale too. Of course, not in a “antique and collection price”, but in a very affordable price haha 😀

 

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery

Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery Wu's Suiseki Bonsai Gallery

What a great way to display a collection of figurines!  It is easy, convenient, and interesting 😀 I definitely will give it a try with my figurine collection!

Check out this post –Antique Chinese Pottery and Figurines in Qu Yi Garden – to find out more about the antique Chinese pottery gallery in Qu Yi Garden. Lots of beautiful bonsai pots there 😉

One Comment to “Suiseki Stones & Figurines in Qu Yi Garden”

  1. indra says:

    amazing…

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