30 Jun '16, 7am

Our top picks at the Peranakan Museum's "Nyonya Needlework" show in Singapore:

“Nyonya Needlework: Embroidery and Beadwork in the Peranakan World,” which runs through March 26, 2017, is an unprecedented exhibition presenting a comprehensive history of beaded and embroidered works of art by the Peranakan Chinese . Over a period of five years, the museum has gathered rare objects from Singapore's National Collection, including early-dated embroidery and beads from the renowned Rijksmuseum and the National Museum of World Cultures in the Netherlands. There are approximately 200 delicately crafted objects created out of beads, gold threads, and silk embroideries on show. The Peranakan Museum’s lead curator Dr Hwei-Fen Cheah reveals her favorite items on display. Click on the accompanying slideshow to view the pieces mentioned below, as well as more highlights from the exhibition. 1. Panel (probably a table cover) Penang, around 1910; canvas, glass beads,...

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