TRAVEL Celebrated Longquan celadon on show in Palace Museum exhibition

TRAVEL

Celebrated Longquan celadon on show in Palace Museum exhibition

China Daily

19:37, July 22, 2019

A tray from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). (Photos: China Daily)

A statue of Maitreya Buddha from the Ming Dynasty.

A tripod, which was used to wash writing brushes, from the Southern Song to Yuan dynasties (1127-1368).

Iranian and Chinese visitors attend the exhibition Longquan of the World: Longquan Celadon and Globalization at the Palace Museum, which uses the famed porcelain variety from Zhejiang province to showcase the prosperous Maritime Silk Road.

Two Ming-Dynasty Longquan celadon plates collected by the Palace Museum.

A 14th-century Longquan celadon jar, on loan from the National Museum of Iran.

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