For the Hall of Preserving Harmony in the Palace Museum, Relicase designed a variety of museum display cases, such as tabletop, freestanding, wall cases. Because of our skilled technology and extraordinary visual display, we got great approval.
Established in 1925, the Palace Museum was installed in the imperial palace of two consecutive dynasties - the Ming (1368-1644) and the Qing (1644-1911). It is one of the most prestigious museums in China and the world at large.
The Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohedian) is one of the three halls of the Outer Court of the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, along with the Hall of Supreme Harmony and Hall of Central Harmony. This is where the Emperor rested and changed clothes before departing for such important rites as selecting the Empress or Crown Prince. It was used for rehearsing ceremonies and was also the site of the final stage of the Imperial examination. After the time of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty, the Imperial Palace Exams were also held in this hall every three years.