The exhibition style used here in the Harn museum intrigued me, simply because these stones, in their different styles and shapes, required different sort of pedestals and a cover. The glass cover, as expected as it was, impressed me. It was a nice, clear exhibitive, stainless glass box that didn't crowd the stones. The placement of this exhibit was interesting but also helpful to my tour in the museum; it was in the southeast corner of the Asian Art Collection wing, so it was noticeable (due to the lighting above it) and easily accessible. Additionally, the stones inside the exhibit were on different foundations to highlight specific features of the stones. Finally, the descriptions pasted underneath each stone were informative and well placed.