Yiyun House

Yiyun House

In 1992, the Yiyun House furnishings were restored based on the archival records of furnishings during the reign of Emperor Qianlong when the Summer Palace was called Garden of Clear Ripples (Qingyiyuan). During his reign it was elegantly furnished and the furniture was remarkable in its features. Although it changed over the years as the functions of the house changed, there are still one hundred exquisite furnishings displayed now. For example, the throne of Empress Longyu is decorated with precious stones and bamboo filaments, reflecting her exquisite dignity. Now, over one hundred antiques items are displayed here.

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