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'World Cup' Qatar 2022 items priced from VND70,000 available in Hanoi

More than 5,000 World Cup Qatar 2022 have been produced in Hanoi’s pottery village of Bat Trang, ready to serve football fans. The price for the World Cups are VND70,000 to VND200,000.
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.

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The ceramic workshop belonging to artisan Vuong Hong Nhat in Bat Trang commune of Gia Lam district is full of models of the trophy with five days to go ahead of the start of the 2022 World Cup.
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Nhat says that each trophy is made of plaster and weighs between 0.7 and 1.2 kg.
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His workshop plans to produce around 5,000 cups this year, roughly 1.5 times higher compared to the previous World Cup four years ago.
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There are many steps in the process to make the trophies, with the artisan spending around three to five days to complete a gold World Cup trophy.
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Each World Cup trophy costs between VND100,000 and VND200,000.
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Embracing his passion for football, Nhat is able to create this special product.
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Nhat’s workshop operates at full capacity in order to meet customers’ demands.
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He sells 30 cups per day on average, with the majority of them being sold via social media.
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The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to begin on November 20 at the Al Bayt Stadium when hosts Qatar take on Ecuador in Group A. The global event will then last through to December 18.

Anh Nguyen

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