Bloodstone is mainly composed of dikai stone, kaolinite and cinnabar. Because of its bright color and red color like chicken blood, it has this name. The red part of the bloodstone is called "blood", and the part other than red is called "ground", "ground" or "base", which can be in a variety of colors. It is used for stamps and craft carving materials as well as collectibles due to its low output and high value.
The bloodstone is named for its cinnabar (cinnabar) with bright red blood like chicken. The development of the bloodstone of Changyan Yuyan Mountain in Zhejiang Province began in the early Ming Dynasty and flourished in the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty. It has a history of more than 600 years. The bloodstone is beautiful, crystal, and rare. It has always been known as “Shi Hou”, “Pin stone Princess” and “Zhu Shi Queen”. The bloodstone is mainly used as a seal or a craft engraving material. One of the "three stones of India".
According to legend, there was a kind of bird in ancient times called "bird lion", which was aggressive and aggressive. One day, the foraging flew over the Yuyan Mountain, and saw that a phoenix was hatching the eggs, causing evil thoughts and attacking them. Unprepared phoenix was bitten off his leg. Feng heard the news and rushed to the enemy, defeating the "bird lion". Although the phoenix won, but the phoenix blood and direct current, dyed the entire Yuyan Mountain, and became a bloody stone that shines like a beautiful jade. According to research, the mining of bloodstone began in the Song Dynasty, and the famous emperor in the Qing Dynasty, Kangxi, Qianlong, Jiaqing and other emperors appreciated the Changhua Bloodstone, which was used as the chapter of Baodi.
In the early 1970s, former Japanese Prime Minister Tanaka Kakuei and former Foreign Minister Daping Zhengfang came to visit China. Premier Zhou Enlai will Changhua's bloodstone chapter, and present two VIPs as national gifts. The person who played the stone is the collection of Yun Yunge, who is deeply impressed by Mr. Liu Youshi. As a result, the bloodstone in Japan is famous, and it has set off a collection of bloodstone fever. When a large number of Japanese tourists come to China, they will bring the bloodstone as their preferred gift. In China, the enthusiasm of Chinese people for the collection of bloodstone has also increased year by year.