The Jushi ring contains a pear-shaped jade stone, set in a hexagonal golden face.
Yian Jushi is the pen name of China’s most renowned female poet from the Song Dynasty. Her earliest surviving poems are from her late teenage years, when at the age of sixteen she wrote delicate romantic poems full of yearning and images from nature. As her life wore on, she became contemplative about the past, using the metaphor of the pear tree and its falling blossoms at dusk to illustrate her ambivalence about the passage of time: The garden holds Spring with her last blooms … At dusk in her boudoir, gloomy and subdued, a lady plays on the qin, not sure for whom .. A blind breeze plays around some raindrops, oblivious to the falling of pear blooms.
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