Ceramics throughout the Past Dynasties in the Collection of the Palace Museum
A total of 429 ceramic objects, representing a comprehensive history of the development of Chinese ceramics, comprise this permanent exhibition. The new exhibition incorporates the newest advancem...
White and Serene: Selected Ding Ware From the Palace Museum Collection
The Ding Kiln started producing ceramics in the Tang dynasty (618-907) and thrived during the Song (960-1279) and the Jurchen Jinn(1115-1234) dynasties. It phased out in the late Yuan dynasty (127...
Cantonese Treasures – Tribute from Guangdong to the Qing Imperial Court
Tribute gifts from Guangdong Province to the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) imperial palace range from unique local specialties, exquisite decorative arts, to exotic products imported from abroad. They ...
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