Liao Dynasty Mother Crown 

Rare treasures that have never been out in the world yet. 
During the period (956~1009), there are Liao Dynasty Crown
The crown is from emperors tomb liao dynasty art after about more then 1000 year ago, and it was made using ancient gold.
And ruby stone also ancient stone cost around million same like English Elizabeth crown stones.

Ming dynasty extremely rare wucai
Suantouping (蒜头瓶) - Garlic Head Shaped Vase《明代青花五彩蒜头瓶》

has a clear mark of Ming Dynasty and cover, Jiajing six-character mark in under glaze blue and of the period (1522-1566).

English: Wucai (literally "five colors") is a kind of Chinese glazed ceramic with five colors was particularly popular during the Ming Dynasty.

The massive wucai jar in the current sale represents one of the pinnacles of Ming imperial porcelain achievement, and one of the treasures consistently sought by connoisseurs and collectors over the centuries.
The colors of the wucai palette may be seen as significant in terms of the traditional view of colors in Chinese culture, which believed that there was a relationship between colors and the so-called Five Elements, wu xing. While the colors associated with the Five Elements could vary somewhat in accordance with circumstances, they are usually seen as white for metal, red for fire, green for wood, black for water, and yellow for earth.

Ming dynasty extremely rare wucai
Suantouping (蒜头瓶) - Garlic Head Shaped Vase《明代青花五彩蒜头瓶》

has a clear mark of Ming Dynasty and cover, Jiajing six-character mark in under glaze blue and of the period (1522-1566).

English: Wucai (literally "five colors") is a kind of Chinese glazed ceramic with five colors was particularly popular during the Ming Dynasty.

The massive wucai jar in the current sale represents one of the pinnacles of Ming imperial porcelain achievement, and one of the treasures consistently sought by connoisseurs and collectors over the centuries.
The colors of the wucai palette may be seen as significant in terms of the traditional view of colors in Chinese culture, which believed that there was a relationship between colors and the so-called Five Elements, wu xing. While the colors associated with the Five Elements could vary somewhat in accordance with circumstances, they are usually seen as white for metal, red for fire, green for wood, black for water, and yellow for earth.

Crown and Emperor Gold Burial Suit-


During the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907), Chinese goldsmiths and silversmiths reached new heights in jewelry design, creating beautiful crown and Emperor gold burial suit out of gold gilt.
and The Ming (1368-1644) dynasties, There are also a large number of porcelain, sculptures and other Chinese ancient objects can be seen.
make up the majority of the museum's collection of Chinese artfacts.




   
 


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