An exhibition of royal ware is on display in Shenyang, Northeast China’s Liaoning province. The ongoing exhibition at the Shenyang Imperial Palace, displaying over 100 pieces of royal goldware and silverware of Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), will last until April 25.
Besides the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Shenyang Imperial Palace (also called Shenyang Palace Museum) is the only other existing royal palace complex in China. The Shenyang Imperial Palace houses many ancient cultural relics, such as Nurhachi’s sword and Abahai’s broadsword. There are also many artworks displayed here, such as paintings, calligraphy, pottery, sculptures and lacquer ware.