Exhibition in National War Museum & National Military History Museum of Malta

The Exhibition at National War Museum and National Military History Museum of Malta.All the high-end museum display cases are custom-built by Wangda Showcases.

Hosted by Fort St Elmo, the National War Museum houses a superb collection of items which takes us back to prehistoric times. Artifacts are displayed in chronological order, commencing from the early phases of the Bronze Age around 2,500 B.C.


Museum display cases from Wangda Showcases for Seaton Delaval Hall,UK

Wangda Showcases delivered museum quality display cases to Seaton Delaval Hall in the UK. Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade I listed country house in Northumberland, England. Located between Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval, it was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1718 for Admiral George Delaval; it is now owned by the National Trust.

WANGDA introduced high-precision laser cutting production lines for high-precision museum display cases

WANGDA recently introduced full sets of advanced laser machine tools for increasing the fabrication precision for museum grade display cases|showcases|display cabinets|vitrines.The new laser machines tools are featured with fast cutting,ultra-high precision,neat,smooth and elegant cutting surface with no sawtooth,no damage,no avulsion.The laser system is able to easily work tightly with computer system for completely automatic operation and cut any shape of metal or timber sheets within shortest seconds.Additionally, the laser machine tools create no noise pollution and no exhaust gas.The advanced laser machine tools are very helpful with WANGDA to produce high-precision museum grade display cases.

Museum Display Cases Project for Qi Heritage Museum

Wangda successfully won the tender of museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets|museum vitrines project for Qi Dynasty Heritage Museum to design,produce and install all the high-end custom museum grade display cases for all the galleries.

Qi was a state of the Zhou dynasty-era in ancient China, variously reckoned as a marchduchy, and independent kingdom. Its capital was Yingqiu, located within present-day Linzi in Shandong.

Qi was founded shortly after the Zhou overthrow of Shang in the 11th century bc. Its first marquis was Jiang Ziyaminister of King Wen and a legendary figure in Chinese culture. His family ruled Qi for several centuries before it was replaced by the Tian family in 386 bc.[1] In 221 bc, Qi was the final major state annexed by Qin during its unification of China.

Qi Culture (1045 BC — 221 BC ), one of the Chinese excellent traditional cultures, evolved and developed mainly in the territory of the State of Qi during the late Spring and Autumn period. It embraces the vast area between Mount Tai in the south and the Yellow Sea in the east, including today’s north and middle areas of Shandong Province and Shandong Peninsula area.

Qi Culture was characterized by advocating reform and opening up, pragmatic innovation and to win by wisdom. State of Qi and ancient Greece, two shining pearls in the Oriental civilization and Western civilization respectively, showed their glories roughly in the same time period in the human history. Linzi has been famous for eight hundred years in Chinese history as the ancient capital of Qi and the birthplace of Qi Culture. From Zhou Dynasties to Han Dynasties, Linzi serves as China’s largest commercial and industrial city and China’s most important center of metallurgy, textile, chariots, pottery, lacquer, and bronze mirror casting as well as the largest distribution center for sea salt and silk, therefore got the name as Oriental ancient Rome.



Museum display cases tender for RU KLINS PORCELAIN MUSEUM

WANGDA SHOWCASES WON THE TENDER OF MUSEUM DISPLAY CASES PROJECT FOR RU KLINS PORCELAIN MUSEUM.This museum requested all the museum display cases|museum display cabinets|museum showcases|vitrines to meet strict and critical standards for anti-bandit safety,air exchange rate and also protective lighting system within museum display cases.

Like Ding ware, Ru was produced in North China for imperial use.The Ru kilns were near the Northern Song capital at Kaifeng. In similar fashion to Longquan celadons, Ru pieces have small amounts of iron oxide in their glaze and turn greenish when fired in a reducing atmosphere. Ru wares range in colour from nearly white to a deep robin’s egg and often are covered with reddish-brown crackles. The crackles, or “crazing”, are caused when the glaze cools and contracts faster than the body, thus having to stretch and ultimately to split. The art historian James Watt comments that the Song dynasty was the first period that viewed crazing as a merit rather than a defect. Moreover, as time went on, the bodies got thinner and thinner, while glazes got thicker, until by the end of the Southern Song the ‘green-glaze’ was thicker than the body, making it extremely ‘fleshy’ rather than ‘bony,’ to use the traditional analogy (see section on Guan ware, below). Too, the glaze tends to drip and pool slightly, leaving it thinner at the top, where the clay peeps through.

As with Ding ware, the Song imperial court lost access to the Ru kilns after it fled Kaifeng when the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty conquered northern China, and settled at Lin’an (present-day Hangzhou) in the south. There, the Emperor Gaozong founded the Guan yao (‘official kilns’) right outside the new capital in order to produce imitations of Ru ware.However, posterity has remembered Ru ware as something unmatched by later attempts; Master Gao says, “Compared with Guan yao, the above were of finer substance and more brilliant luster.

Supply and install museum grade display showcases for ShenZhen Stock Exchange

The professional and experienced installation teams from WANGDA SHOWCASES accomplished professional on-site installation for custom museum display showcases for the Classic Collection Center of New ShenZhen Stock Exchange.All the museum grade display showcases were customized by German-branded anti-reflective glass with minimal light reflectivity less than 1% and all the showcases were installed with protective lighting system such as fiber optic lighting system and ERCO LED track lights .Active electronic-mode mni-climate control systems from Canada were installed for all the museum display showcases to actively control and monitor the relative humidity and temperature through wireless terminals.

Shenzhen Stock Exchange is a stock exchange based in Shenzhen, south of China. It is one of sole two stock exchanges in China, the other being Shanghai Stock Exchange. With a market capitalization of its listed companies around US$2.285 trillion in 2015, it is the 8th largest stock exchange in the world, and 4th largest in East Asia and Asia.


Custom museum showcases from Wangda Showcases for Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery,UK

The high-security conservation grade museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets|museum vitrines from Wangda Showcases safeguard the collected valuable museum objects for Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery which is a local museum in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England,to mainly display collections of natural history, archaeology, local history, fine and decorative works of art to the public.

Street Life Museum of Transport,UK

Museum Showcases by Wangda Showcases for Street Life Museum in the UK.The Street life Museum of Transport is a transport museum located in Kingston upon Hull, England. The collection come from early 20th century, Main collections include Veteran cars, horse-drawn carriages and objects relating to local public transport. The museum forms part of the Museums Quarter in Hull, based on the historic High Street in the Old Town of the city. The Museums Quarter comprises the Street life Museum, the Hull and East Riding Museum (archaeology), the Arctic Corsair trawler and Wilberforce House Museum. The site is managed by Hull Museums, a department of Hull City Council on behalf of the people of the city.

What’s the difference between museum display cases and retail display cases?

What’s the difference between museum display cases and retail display cases? 

1:Difference one: different end users

The end users of museum display cases are usually museums,art galleries,archaeological institutions,memorial halls etc.; the end users of commercial/shopping display cases are usually supermarkets,stores,shopping centers.

2.Difference two: different application

Museum display cases are custom-built for protecting,conserving and displaying priceless museum objects; commercial/shopping display cases are built for shopping,marketing.

3.Difference three: different safety&security

Museum display cases ensure absolutely top safe and security by the complex safety and security building and system; commercial/shopping display cases come with no safe and security because of its lower cost and simple construction.

4.Difference four: different micro-climate surroundings

Museum display cases are equipped with advanced micro-climate system to ensure purified display volume,controllable humidity and temperature to meet same original surroundings when artifacts were excavated;commercial display cases/shopping display cases contain no any micro-climate system.

5.Difference five:different tightness

Museum display cases are customized to be sealed well,with minimal air exchange rate between internal display volume and external atmosphere to prevent external pollutant from entering into internal display volume and keep right micro climate; commercial/shopping display cases not consider air exchange or airtightness;

6.Difference six:different materials

Museum display cases are custom-made by custom eco-friendly and inert materials; commercial/shopping display cases are made by simple materials.

7.Difference seven: different control system

Museum display cases are controlled by advanced and safe controlling system, smart remote-control system; commercial/shopping display cases are operated manually and simply.