现在 - 人文艺术藏品
Now-Humanities and Art Collection
Agarwood takes at least ten years or even hundreds of thousands of years to form, so its original value is quite expensive. However, the artificially "beautified" artwork by famous carving masters has even more extraordinary value. It has been endowed with a certain humanistic value on the original basis, making its vitality even more unique. Personality, naturally widely sought after, even called "crazy wood". In recent years, Agarwood has repeatedly set new highs at auctions such as Poly and Guardian.
Agarwood has a wide range of uses, and has practical effects such as warding off evil spirits, removing filth, refreshing the brain, and maintaining health. It becomes more precious as the resources are dwindling. As far as the artwork itself is concerned, it has both the practical effects of agarwood and traditional folk carving art, plus the cultural connotation behind it, the humanistic charm, and the icing on the cake. It is really "expensive".