Imperial ceramics from 14th to 20th century on exhibit at Shandong Museum

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Some of the Jingdezhen ceramic products made for the imperial families between the 14th and the early 20th century on view at the Shandong Museum. [Photo/Official WeChat account of Shangdong Museum]

An exhibit on Jingdezheng ceramics commissioned by the imperial facilities of the Ming and the Qing dynasties (1368-1911) is on view at the Shandong Museum. More than 160 precious pieces selected from its collections are available for public viewing.

Jingdezhen in East China’s Jiangxi province was the imperial ceramics factory, or the “official kiln”, during the Ming and the Qing dynasties. The factory made a great contribution to the development of the Chinese ceramic culture.

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