An enamel painted censer with dragon designs by Zhang Tonglu, inspired by the nine-dragon wall at the Forbidden City in Beijing. [Photo/WeChat account: silkshowtown]
An exhibition showcasing exquisite Chinese artworks was inaugurated at the China Embroidery Museum in Suzhou New District, Jiangsu province on March 16, which will run for 45 days.
More than 70 artworks by inheritors of State-level intangible cultural heritages are on display, including Suzhou embroidery works, Jun porcelains, enamel painted porcelains, cloisonné items, and jade carvings.
The exhibition is sponsored by the Chinese Cultural Information Association and co-organized by the China Embroidery Museum, Yao Jianping Embroidery Museum and Suzhou Embroidery Town.