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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.

 

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Home to a variety of products at a range of different prices, customers have plenty of choice when it comes to purchasing items during a visit to Bat Trang Ceramic Village. This year mice-shaped ceramic products are among the most popular items being sold to customers looking to celebrate the Lunar Year of the Rat.

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Throughout the area gold plated pig-shaped products can be seen on sale.

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Mice-shaped ceramic products are an excellent item for decorating the home.

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Unique mice-shaped ceramic products represent an ideal purchase for customers who prefer luxury items.

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It is believed that gold plated products are able to bring joy and happiness to any household.

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The average gold plated product on sale in Bat Trang Ceramic Village costs between VND2 million to VND5 million.

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Many of the ceramic products have the words “Phuc”, “Happiness” in English, “Loc”, “Wealth” in English, and “Tho”, “Longevity” in English, carved into them.

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Each of the products on sale throughout the village come up to a high standard of quality.

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Buying mice-shaped items is believed to bring about luck, health, happiness, and prosperity to buyers.

 

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