Room 136: Ceramics Study Galleries China

Bowl, 1662-1722, Museum no. C.1319-1910

The Curtain Foundation Gallery

The Ceramic Study Galleries house the greater part of the V&A’s ceramics collection. In this room you will find Chinese ceramics of the Qing dynasty, 1644-1911. Introductory displays in the central cases are arranged by place of origin, technique and type of decoration. Further displays of Qing dynasty and 20th-century Chinese ceramics are displayed in the four cases in the corners of the room.

Room 136 is on Level 6 of the V&A South Kensington.

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Chinese Ceramics

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