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Jewelry exhibition held at Taipei Palace Museum

(Xinhuanet.com)

15:42, June 08, 2012

Photo taken on June 7, 2012 shows a western imperial crown made in 1937 during a preveiw of "Royal Style: Qing Dynasty and Western Court Jewelry" exhibition held at the Taipei Palace Museum in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan. The exhibition, which will be held from June 9 to September 9, is composed of about 475 pieces of jewelry from the collection of the Taipei Palace Museum, the Shenyang Palace Museum and the Cartier Collection. (Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)
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