At the end of 2021, the Exhibition of Cultural Relics Representing Auspiciousness jointly sponsored by Nanning Museum and Tianjin Museum was displayed in the special exhibition hall (I) on the first floor of Nanning Museum, with a total of 135 sets of selected cultural relics representing the auspicious culture. The exhibition will last until March 10, 2022.
In this exhibition, 135 sets of cultural relics of different categories such as ceramics, bronze and jade are displayed. Various cultural relics are connected in series with the five themes of "luck", "fortune", "longevity", "happiness" and "wealth", so as to show and explain the auspicious meaning conveyed by cultural relics. The exhibits also include nearly 30 first-class and second-class cultural relics, such as the 16-character bronze turtle seal of Han Dynasty, the Five-color Chinese-staff-shaped vase painted with the picture of Liuhai and Toad of Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty, the yellow-ground green dragon pattern longevity bowl (in pair) of Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty, etc., all of which allow the audience to enjoy the auspicious messages conveyed by the cultural relics with their own expectation for the end of the current year and the beginning of the coming new year.