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Palace Museum celebrates summer with tureen photo series
From:China Daily  Writer:  Date:2017-08-08
The Palace Museum in Beijing has shared a range of photos featuring its collection of tureens with netizens on micro blog Sina Weibo in celebration of summer. While temperatures are high in summer, drinking hot water can also quench your thirst. Tureens are specifically used to sip tea, which can be seen in the list of relics below:


A carved lacquerware tureen, decorated with flower patterns, from the Yongle Period of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). [Photo/Official Weibo account of the Palace Museum]


A white and iron red tureen, decorated with goldfish patterns, from the Daoguang Period of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). [Photo/Official Weibo account of the Palace Museum]


A black varnish tureen inlayed with mother-of-pearl, decorated with cloud-dragon patterns, from the Qing Dynasty. [Photo/Official Weibo account of the Palace Museum]


A white tureen, painted with ink-colored patterns of bamboo branches and butterflies, from the Tongzhi Period of the Qing Dynasty. [Photo/Official Weibo account of the Palace Museum]


An ivory-colored tureen, decorated with peach and bat patterns, from the Qing Dynasty. [Photo/Official Weibo account of the Palace Museum]

 


 
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