Tianhuangshi is a gem of Shoushan stone system, known as "king of ten thousand stones". Its color is warm and lovely, and its texture is fine. Since the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it has been regarded as the "king of stone". For hundreds of years, Tianhuang stone has been loved by collectors. As the saying goes, "gold is easy to get, but Tianhuang is hard to get.".
As early as more than a thousand years ago, people began to collect in China. By the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Tian Huangshi was even more famous. Many dignitaries and scholars competed to collect tianhuangshi. There was an old saying "one inch of farmland is yellow and one inch of gold".
Tianhuang frozen stone is a kind of rare Tianhuang stone. Its formation process is very complex and slow. Only in the soft and moist underground environment, that is, in the soil full of water, can it gather to form a kind of golden pulp and grease group full of oil under the molecular action. Tianhuang frozen constantly adsorbs the oil in the soil water, and continuously analyzes the trace minerals in the oil. After dissolving and transforming, the mineral molecules continuously polymerize to form the crystallization process of tiny particles. Through the molecular action, the white mineral particles are large and arranged in an irregular way with edges and corners. As the slurry exceeds its solubility, the mineral particles continue to gather and extrude to form regular arranged crystal small particles, which form a whole with mutual adhesion, forming the unique rare yellow frozen field.
Tianhuang frozen stone belongs to the top grade of Tianhuang. The whole stone is clear and transparent, like solidified honey. It is very moist. Tian Huangshi was called "Huangshi" in Ming Dynasty. Although it was also used as a seal stone, it was not valued until the early Qing Dynasty. The Imperial Palace in the Qing Dynasty loved Tianhuang the most, and the most precious one was the Qianlong Tianhuang Sanlian chapter. It was pure yellow in color, mild in quality, and exquisite in carving. It can be called a rare treasure.
Take this Tianhuang frozen stone as an example. The seal is 219.6g in weight. The surface of the seal is carved with landscape figures. The strokes are thick and thin, and the border is broken. The material is exquisite, transparent, congealing, transparent, eye-catching, and well preserved, which is really an excellent investment collection.