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2020-12-16 16:51:15 Ecns.cn Editor :Cheng Zizhuo
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A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

A ritual object of the Palace Museum is on display at the Guardian art center in Beijing, Dec. 16, 2020. A total of 113 ritual objects preserved at the Palace Museum in Beijing were showcased on Wednesday. These religious objects were made of a wide variety of materials including gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, porcelain, bamboo, wood, bone, ivory, enamel, glaze, pearl, coral, etc., representing the “highest level of art” in the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912). The exhibition will last from Dec. 16 2020 till March 14, 2021.(Photo: China News Service/Hou Yu)

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