In front of the world of stone appreciation collection, the collection of meat and stone is in the ascendant! But the market is mixed. When people mentioned meat stone, the first thing they thought about was the common strip shape meat stone in the strange stone shop. Its appearance looked polished and glossy. Strictly speaking, this kind of meat stone can only be called "craft meat stone", rather than natural meat stone, because the most basic collection point of ornamental stone is its nature. This kind of craft meat stone is presented in front of us after manual cutting, grinding, polishing, waxing and other links, which has lost its natural significance. There are few natural meat and stone products in the market!
According to the introduction of senior collectors in the field of ornamental stone collection, it is necessary to have the following conditions to truly achieve the collection level: 1. Truly pure natural, without any trace of manual cutting, grinding and polishing. 2. Meat skin is good, skin texture, pores lifelike, this is the most important, people rely on a skin, not to mention pigs! 3. The distribution of meat layer is reasonable, the proportion of fat and thin is appropriate, which is in line with the physiological and anatomical characteristics of pork. To put it bluntly, it is the same as the pork sold in the vegetable market!
规格：重： 100.4g 重：141.1g
银锭是熔铸成锭的白银。目前出土银锭中年代最早的，是西汉汉景帝中元二年 (公元前148年) 所铸。西汉末年，王莽推翻西汉，建新朝，也铸有银货。从此之后的历代朝代都有铸造银锭，但都流通不广。尤其是明代初期，当时民间流行用金银来交易，洪武八年，朝廷发行宝钞，宝钞就相当于人民币的纸币，可以用作兑换银两的纸币，发行宝钞之后，朱元璋下令严禁民间用金银交易，违者治罪。到明英宗即位后，才开始逐渐解禁，允许民间用金银当货币交易。这一举动造就了明朝当时社会整体购买能力要高于宋、元两朝。到了清代银锭更加流通，并实行银钱平行本位制度，规定制钱一千文准银一两。银两是法定通货，不仅民间交易收藏使用，官府收纳地丁捐税也使用。由此形成银两制度。清朝的银两多以马蹄形的元宝出现，故亦称为宝银。经过熔铸，又可分为大锭、中锭、小锭，通称银块或银锭此外还有碎银。由于各地均可自行熔铸宝银，以致宝银的种类和名称虽然全国大体一致，但成色与重量并不一律。各地使用不同成色名目的银两，相互兑换均有一定的折算比率。
Silver ingot is silver melted into ingot. At present, the earliest silver ingot unearthed is made in the second year of Zhongyuan (148 BC), Emperor Jingdi of the Western Han Dynasty. At the end of the Western Han Dynasty, Wang Mang overthrew the Western Han Dynasty, built a new dynasty, and made silver products. Since then, silver ingots have been cast in successive dynasties, but they are not widely circulated. Especially in the early Ming Dynasty, gold and silver were popular among the people. In the eighth year of Hongwu, the imperial court issued banknotes, which were equivalent to RMB notes, and could be used to exchange silver notes. After the issuance of banknotes, Zhu Yuanzhang ordered that the non-governmental use of gold and silver was strictly prohibited, and the offender was punished. It was only after emperor Yingzong ascended the throne that the ban was gradually lifted and gold and silver were allowed to be used as currency by the people. This move led to the fact that the overall purchasing power of the Ming Dynasty was higher than that of the song and Yuan Dynasties. By the Qing Dynasty, silver ingots were more circulating, and the parallel standard system of silver and money was implemented, stipulating that one or two thousand Wen silver coins would be made. Silver is the legal currency. It is not only used for collection of private transactions, but also used for collection of local taxes by the government. Thus, the silver system came into being. In the Qing Dynasty, most of the silver appeared in the shape of horseshoe, so it is also called Baoyin. After melting and casting, it can be divided into large ingot, medium ingot and small ingot. It is generally called silver ingot or silver ingot, in addition to broken silver. Since all parts of the country can melt and cast the silver, the variety and name of the silver are generally the same across the country, but the color and weight are not the same. Silver of different brands is used everywhere, and there is a certain conversion ratio for mutual exchange.