Pottery collection sets record

VietNamNet Bridge – A collection of worship objects has been recognised as the most unique gold-inlaid pottery artworks in the country by the Viet Nam Book of Records.



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A collection of worshipping objects has been recognised as the most unique gold-inlaid pottery artworks by the Viet Nam Book of Records. — Photo courtesy of Pham Dat




Entitled Phuc Loc, the collection includes 42 pottery pieces such as vases, incense burners and dishes. Artist Pham Dat and co-workers spent 180 days working on it.

Dat created the collection with traditional enamel and gold inlays, intended to bring good fortune to owners.

Dat is the owner of Gia Toc Viet Pottery Brand at the Bat Trang Village on the outskirts of Ha Noi. He previously made some cracked-enamel vases that received the certification from the Viet Nam Book of Records as the biggest vases in the country.

He is devoted to preserving the traditional techniques of Bat Trang Pottery Village and creating unique artworks representing Vietnamese culture.

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