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Refresh your Home with the Ceramics of Vietnam

Refresh your Home with the Ceramics of Vietnam

Enhance your home with attractive and functional hand crafted Vietnamese ceramics. From décor to kitchenware these, hand painted ceramics from the Hanoi region of Vietnam can brighten your surroundings and living experience.

A freshness of design can enhance your meal and coffee times with the exquisite plates, jugs, bowls and cups created by the Vietnamese craftsmen and women.

Extensive clay deposits in the Red River delta area have always provided a rich source for the production of ceramic wares. New clay deposits have been developed as older ones are depleted. The delta area is constantly cycling through phases of flooding as waterways move in this process, new clay deposits are revealed and exploited.

‘In order to produce a ceramic piece the potter has to select, treat and mix the clay, shape the product, decorate, apply the glaze and finally fire it in the kiln. The process is repeated not only from generation to generation, from family to family, from village to village but also right across production sites.’

The striking designs extend from floral such as pansy, paisley, vine and green leaf to fish design and the more sophisticated decorator designs consisting of lamp bases, bowls, ginger jars and bowls.

All of these items make charming gifts and unique collections can be enhanced with the adding of another piece.

Our hand painted beautiful decorator designs can enhance the experience l of both the home and professional decorator.

Did you Know

· One of our partners is a registered Australian Art Valuer. Please contact us for further information and contact details.
· The French composer Eric Satie has been accredited with being the creator of the first Muzak compositions. Furniture music, or in French musique d’ameublement (sometimes more literally translated as furnishing music), is background music originally played by live performers. The term was coined by Erik Satie in 1917 (Wikipedia)


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