Crowning Glory: The Beauty of Ladies’ Ornaments from Asia & Europe extends its run at the Liang Yi Museum

Since the opening of Liang Yi Museum’s latest exhibition Crowning Glory, the Museum has received soaring interest from visitors both locally and internationally. However, due to the current coronavirus epidemic, the Museum has also heard from numerous visitors who were wary of venturing out in public; and had expressed disappointment at missing the exhibit. In light of this, the Museum has decided that Crowning Glory will be extended to the 2nd May 2020. 

Subsequently, the opening of Liang Yi Museum’s next exhibition, Beneath the Surface, will be changed to 18th May 2020.

Tea and Coffee Service, Antip Kuzmichev (1856 –1917) 1899-1908
Silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel: Various sizes; Length of tray 38.1cm – from the upcoming
Beneath the Surface exhibition

Opening Times:Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm (by appointment only; HK$200 includes a guided tour; Wednesdays are open free of charge to full-time students with prior arrangement; Children under the age of 12 are not permitted)

Location: Liang Yi Museum, 181 – 199 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Updated Exhibition Information:

Crowning Glory: The Beauty of Ladies’ Ornaments from Asia and Europe

Exhibition Dates: until 2nd May 2020 (Saturday)

Beneath the Surface: Chinese Inlay; Japanese Maki-e; and European Cloisonné Enamel

Opening Date: 18th May 2020 (Monday)


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