Ceramic headrest produced during the Northern Song dynasty, between 960 and 1127. Photo: Handout
Ceramic headrest produced during the Northern Song dynasty, between 960 and 1127. Photo: Handout

Over 900 Chinese antiques, art pieces to be displayed in Hong Kong Palace Museum, including national treasures spanning 5,000 years

  • Relics spanning nearly 5,000 years, include paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics, to be showcased at city’s version of Palace Museum
  • Transfer of artwork marks Beijing’s Palace Museum’s largest loan outside mainland China since its establishment

Ceramic headrest produced during the Northern Song dynasty, between 960 and 1127. Photo: Handout
Ceramic headrest produced during the Northern Song dynasty, between 960 and 1127. Photo: Handout
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