You can find a small bronze bell at the exhibition hall of "Exquisite Ancient Bells." The splendid piece of workmanship is 0.62 meter in height, 0.46 meter in rim diameter and 55 kilograms in weight. The entire bell is decorated with interlocking floral patterns and interlaced hydras patterns and bears an inscription of 104 characters. The delicate carving and fine workmanship demonstrate the high dignity and romantic charm of imperial objects. The inscription proves that the bell was cast for the Shanyuan Nunnery by Yinyu, the 15th son of Emperor Kangxi, in the 58th year of the reign of Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (1719).