Chiara Padrini's site. Nice site with lots of
pictures of Italian and other European stones. Good links. Chira is
President of the Associazione Italiana Amatori Suiseki (Italian Association
of Suiseki Lovers ).
Favero's site. Nice pages with samples of many stones throughout Italy
and the rest of Europe. He has many pictures of stones from his collection
and those of others.
page. Craig is a Scot who has traveled extensively. His site is filled
with information on every aspect of bonsai and suiseki. He has over 2,000
suiseki in his personal collection from all over the world with pictures of
some on his site. He also has great links.
Hunt's page on the National Bonsai Foundation site. Best Suiseki links
on the web.
International Stone Appreciation Society. This is a United Kingdom site,
but I'm not quite sure what the ISAS is.
Suiseki Association. Includes more than suiseki, such as fossils.
page. Quite a lot of information; good pictures, descriptions and
explanations. He also includes pictures from other suiseki artists from
California and abroad.
Great Korean Suseok
site. Lots of pictures. Even if you don't speak the language, check the
links. They work the same in Korean.
Another Korean Suseok site.
Lots of pictures of stones, displays, exhibitions, etc.