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Models of the World Cup trophy are being meticulously made by the artisans in Bat Trang ceramic village in Hanoi, with these replicas greatly impressing both local residents and tourists.

Young artisan puts trendy twist on Bat Trang ceramics

Vu Nhu Quynh, an artisan in Bat Trang pottery village, is leading the charge in reviving the spirit of pot making to promote and preserve traditional crafts.

Unique Bat Trang Pottery Museum

Located in Bat Trang ancient pottery village, Hanoi, the Bat Trang Pottery Museum is not only a place to preserve the cultural values of the village but also a destination for visitors far and wide.

Ceramics museum takes shape in Hanoi

A ceramics museum is in its final stage in Bat Trang ceramics craft village – an ideal tourist destination in Hanoi, with its shape inspired by the local turntables and ancient kilns.

A traditional soup fit for a king

Bat Trang on the outskirts of Hanoi is famous for ceramic products, but also has some unique traditional cuisine, including bamboo shoot and squid soup.

Bat Trang Ceramic Village represents a perfect Tet attraction

As one of Hanoi’s most prestigious traditional handicraft communities, Bat Trang Ceramic Village in Hanoi has long been a popular destination among tourists as the area provides an ideal shopping location ahead of the upcoming Tet holiday.

Mice-shaped ceramic products go on sale in Bat Trang Village

With the Lunar Year of the Rat approaching mice-shaped ceramic products are proving to be a popular item among customers in Bat Trang Ceramic Village in Hanoi.

Popular mice-shaped items for Lunar Year of Rat

An array of unique mice-shaped items have gone on sale ahead of the Lunar Year of the Rat, attracting plenty of customers who are keen to purchase them.

Bat Trang pottery village in days nearing Tet holiday

Established more than 500 years ago, from the Ly dynasty, experiencing many ups and downs along the way, now, Bat Trang pottery products are still highly appreciated for their quality, designs and types.

Bat Trang a star of Hanoi craft village tourism

In the mornings before he opens his traditional house to visitors, Meritorious Artist To Thanh Son prepares tea to welcome his guests.

Reproduced antique pottery preferred for Tet

 VietNamNet Bridge – These days, the pottery market on Vo Thi Sau Street in HCMC’s District 3 has turned more bustling as more customers have come to buy pottery, especially antique-like one, to decorate their houses

Photos: New feature of Vietnamese ceramics

VietNamNet Bridge - Through the skilful hands of young artisan Ha Hung Dung, from the traditional ceramic village of Bat Trang outside of Hanoi, new kinds of ceramic products have been created.

Bat Trang – a paradise of souvenirs

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tourists in Hanoi City can take an interesting short trip to Bat Trang pottery village to buy elegant souvenirs and become a ceramic artisan for the day.

Hanoi sees the Kitchen God off by procession

For the first time Hanoi held traditional rituals to see the Kitchen God off. Besides the icons of earthen tripods and offerings, a paper-made gold carp of almost 4 meters long was processed from Bat Trang village to Hanoi’s center.

Hanoi to hold the Kitchen God festival

On the 23rd of the 12th month of the lunar year, February 3, Hanoians will carry an earthen tripod of 1.2m high, a 3.5m long carp and 12 trays of specialties in a parade from the ancient pottery village of Bat Trang to the Hanoi’s center.