A ceramic cup inspired by a horn cup with depictions of lotus leaves, a dragon, and a tiger on it is an important part of Zhoushan Museum's collection. [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]
Two culturally creative products designed and made by the Zhoushan Museum in Zhoushan, East China's Zhejiang province, were showcased at the first National Cultural and Creative Products Exhibition held in Beijing on April 25, local media reported.
One of the items is a ceramic cup inspired by a horn cup adorned with pictures of lotus leaves, a dragon, and a tiger, an important collection of Zhoushan Museum while the other is carry-on Putuo Buddha tea, named the divine lion coming for tea, which is inspired by the museum's celadon lion-shaped wares made in the Western Jin Dynasty (265-316).
The exhibition is sponsored by the China Cultural Relics Newspaper Office and the authority service center of the National Cultural Heritage Administration and will last until June 14.
A total of 1,155 creative cultural products from 100 museums throughout the country, including clothing, toys, stationary, home appliances, food utensils, and decorations, are currently being displayed at the exhibition.
Creation of the carry-on Putuo Buddha tea, named the divine lion coming for tea, was inspired by the museum's celadon lion-shaped wares made in the Western Jin Dynasty. [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]