Taipei City, Taipei, Taiwan
How to book： - The prerecorded virtual tour with live guide is available on Fridays, between 22:30~23:15 (Taiwan Time). - Once your booking is confirmed, a confirmation email with your virtual tour Zoom link will be sent to you 7 days prior to the tour date, if you book more than 7 days in advance.
Below are some of the historical relics you will discover during the virtual tour: 1. Cloisonne censer with dragon handles and lotus-spray decoration, Middle to late 15th century, Ming dynasty 2. Cloisonne bowl with a playing-lion illustration, Early to middle 16th century, Ming dynasty 3. Cloisonne censer in the form of a wild duck, Early 16th century, Ming dynasty 4. Cloisonne zhu vase with dragon decoration, Early 16th century, Ming dynasty 5. Cloisonne meiping vase with floral decoration and a Jingtai reign mark, Late 16th century, Ming dynasty 6. Cloisonne plate with decoration of two dragons, Wanli reign (1573-1620), Ming dynasty 7. Pair of hawksbill sea turtle-shell fingernail guards with pearl-and-gemstone floral inlay, Qing dynasty (1644-1911) 8. Planter with a coral carving of the planetary deity Kuixing, Qing dynasty (1644-1911) 9. Octagonal lacquered box with decorated with precious-stone inlay and auspicious motif of New Year. 18th -19 th century, Qing dynasty. 10. Square wood curio box (5 items, including wood chest) Qing dynasty, 1644-1911 11. Wood curio box in the shape of a persimmon (10 items, including wood chest) Qing dynasty, 1644-1911 12. Pottery figure of lady playing polo game in sancai tri-color glaze, Tang dynasty (618-906 C.E.) 13. Painted low-fired pottery figure of a standing lady, T'ang dynasty (618-906) 14. Pillow in the shape of a recumbent child, Ding ware, Northern Song dynasty, 12th century 15. Amber snuff bottle in the shape of a Buddha’s hand citron, 18th century, Qing dynasty 16. Waist-chain gold-hemmed glass snuff bottle mounted with a clock, Circa 1765, England 17. Glass inside-painted snuff bottle with an "impatiens" and figural scene, Ye Zhongshan, 1903, Qing dynasty 18. Jadeite cabbage, Qing dynasty (1644-1911)