Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

Source: hubei.gov.cn

The Chenshia Museum (Wuhan Diamond Art Museum), a private diamond museum is located at the intersection of Lugouqiao Road and Yanjiang Avenue in Hankou.

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

  • Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

    Collections of Wuhan Diamond Art Museum

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The Chenshia Museum (Wuhan Diamond Art Museum), a private diamond museum is located at the intersection of Lugouqiao Road and Yanjiang Avenue in Hankou.

In the museum's 746-square-meter exhibition area is the largest Tanzanite sapphire on display in the world today. Besides diamonds, the museum has a collection of more than 1,000 pieces of art, which include watercolor paintings, oil paintings, wooden blocks, traditional Chinese paintings, Chinese calligraphy, sculptures, pottery, gadgets, photography, and Tibetan Tang-ga paintings.

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