CULTURE Chinese porcelains used in Ottoman palace on display in Istanbul

CULTURE

Chinese porcelains used in Ottoman palace on display in Istanbul

Xinhua

17:26, October 06, 2020

Photo taken on Oct 2, 2020 shows an exhibition of Chinese porcelain at the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. A nearly 12,000-piece collection of Chinese porcelain is on display in the Topkapi Palace Museum, revealing an uninterrupted historical chronology of the evolution of Chinese porcelains from the 13th to the 19th century. (Photos: Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct 2, 2020 shows an exhibition of Chinese porcelain at the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. A nearly 12,000-piece collection of Chinese porcelain is on display in the Topkapi Palace Museum, revealing an uninterrupted historical chronology of the evolution of Chinese porcelains from the 13th to the 19th century.

Visitors look at exhibits during an exhibition of Chinese porcelain at the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, Turkey, on Oct 2, 2020. A nearly 12,000-piece collection of Chinese porcelain is on display in the Topkapi Palace Museum, revealing an uninterrupted historical chronology of the evolution of Chinese porcelains from the 13th to the 19th century.

Photo taken on Oct 2, 2020 shows an exhibition of Chinese porcelain at the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. A nearly 12,000-piece collection of Chinese porcelain is on display in the Topkapi Palace Museum, revealing an uninterrupted historical chronology of the evolution of Chinese porcelains from the 13th to the 19th century.

Visitors look at exhibits during an exhibition of Chinese porcelain at the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, Turkey, on Oct 2, 2020. A nearly 12,000-piece collection of Chinese porcelain is on display in the Topkapi Palace Museum, revealing an uninterrupted historical chronology of the evolution of Chinese porcelains from the 13th to the 19th century.

Photo taken on Oct 2, 2020 shows an exhibition of Chinese porcelain at the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. A nearly 12,000-piece collection of Chinese porcelain is on display in the Topkapi Palace Museum, revealing an uninterrupted historical chronology of the evolution of Chinese porcelains from the 13th to the 19th century.

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