Curios: Chinese Art Set in Stone

Fancy adding some teaware to your collection from the Paleozoic era? Consider owning a 470 million-year-old work of Mother Nature’s art. In 1996 in Guangxi Province, this stunning sedimentary stone - with Chinese characteristics - was serendipitously discovered in a mine 300 meters below sea level. When cut cross-wise it is befittingly named the 'Traditional Chinese Painting Stone'. [gallery link="file" size="medium" display="portfolio" wpmf_folder_id="1423,0,1423,1423" ids="11667,116

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