Romance of the Three Kingdoms Relics Museum Exhibition in China
This exhibition featured collections from ancient China’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms Era from 184 to 280 AD. Museum art pieces were collected from 34 museums across 11 provinces in China.
Renown pieces include a burial suit made out of 2,464 pieces of decorative rocks. The burial suit was made for the father of Wei state warlord Cao Cao. It is pieced together by silver lining.
Picture showing Cao Cao’s burial suit threaded with silver thread jade suit and with jade pillow. This silver thread jade suit with the jade pillow was removed from Cao Cao’s tomb. Exhibition piece was from China, Bozhou Municipal Administration Cultural Relics
The exhibition also consists of ancient Three Kingdoms Era weapons, coins, figurines, statues and other pieces from the warring states Wei, Shu and Wu states.
This beautiful porcelain panel was from the Sichuan Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics, China.
Picture shown below is a porcelain panel depicting the swearing of brotherhood by Liu Bei, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei in the peach garden during the Romance of the Three(3) Kingdoms period
Exhibition Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts (Beijing)
Exhibition Dates: Friday 15 January 2010 to Monday 15 March 2010 – ended
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