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English: This piece of jewelry was one of the most beautiful antiques excavated from the Dingling, one of the w:Ming Dynasty Tombs. It was made during the w:Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) in China, by using gold, ruby, pearl and other gemstones, and of the size of an adult human's palm. It is of the shape of a Chinese character '心' (read Xin), which literally means heart. This photo was taken at the Dingling Museum.
中文: 此金首饰出土于 明十三陵 定陵,由黄金、红宝石、珍珠等打造而成。其形为汉字“心”的形状,甚为别致。此照拍摄于定陵博物馆。
Date 3 April 2010
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Author Mlogic

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