Pottery is increasingly growing and is in the trend of integration with the world. Speaking of pottery, we must mention the famous ceramic pottery of Vietnam such as pottery pots, Dong Nai pottery, Bat Trang pottery.


Vietnam is one of the pottery developing countries, now the pottery has great changes catch up with the trend with the world.
Village pottery Vietnam is also growing up as:


Chu Dau Pottery Village: This is one of the oldest pottery villages and has declined in prosperity. Pottery is mainly exported to European countries and American markets are the most.


Bat Trang pottery village: from pottery workers from chu mon bean to Bat Trang set up business and craft. Bat Trang, located on the Red River, was once a clay mound near the river so it was very convenient for pottery and transportation, 15 km from central Hanoi. Bat Trang pottery has gone through many ups and downs and has grown to this day. It is the only pottery village in Vietnam to preserve many ancient glaze. Bat Trang ceramics are produced semi-manual products. The product is molded from the mold and fired in a gas oven (formerly fired by a wood burning stove). Clay for production is white clay. The product of this village inherited many quintessence from Chu Dau Pottery and also influenced much of Chinese ceramics. Bat Trang now has more than 600 producers and mostly small and medium-scale household producers.
Phu Lang pottery village: Formed and developed in parallel with Bat Trang pottery, but Phu Lang pottery pottery mainly produces household pottery, jar, jar, clay pottery from red clay, Turntable Men color is not as rich as Bat Trang but mainly eel skin, melon juice, most of the wood is not enameled. Phu Lang’s products are fired by charcoal kiln. The pottery village has a period of recession and is almost the same but thanks to the generation of young artisans born from the village, trained at the Hanoi University of Fine Arts has returned to the new pottery spirit, redirects To produce fine art pottery and began to use more colors to decorate the product. Phu Lang ceramics today are more diverse and out of recession, but development is not fast and uneven.
Tho Ha pottery village (Bac Ninh province): Together with Bat Trang, Phu Lang, Tho Ha village is also famous for its pottery and porcelain products, mostly pottery like pots and pans. … v …. The product has many similarities with Phu Lang Pottery but so far this pottery village has declined.
Thanh Ha Pottery Village (Hoi An) produces art pottery from a very special type of clay, when it is fired to produce orange-red, spongy and light, firing by wood stove, molding by mold and carving. Splendid product. A pottery village on the Thu Bon River and today specialized in making lamps, paintings, decorative objects of all kinds.
Bau Truc pottery village (Binh Thuan province) is a pottery of the Cham people, without manual turntables, which is completely hand-made, baked products are piled outdoors, covered with straw and firewood. Class C. Pottery has the natural color of earthen bone and uneven color due to fire. Bau Truc pottery is not coated with glaze and no one is the same.

Bau Truc pottery is brown in color with black spots burned by fire on ceramic bone.
Village Mai Mai Ceramic (Saigon) formed from the division of the Chinese immigrants to Vietnam. Apricot tree has a very specific characteristics and often coordinates the blue cobalt, moss green, eel brown on the product. Products also range from bowls, bowls, bowls to bowls, statues. However, due to the urbanization of Saigon, the pottery moved to Lai Thieu, Binh Duong so Mai Mai Pottery today has declined. We still encounter many pottery pottery apricot tree on the roof and walls of pagodas in District 5, District 6 and this is also the kind of pottery popular with the people.
Bien Hoa Pottery Village (Dong Nai Province) is the son of pottery and pottery of France, a French couple introduced decorative arts and secret glaze from French ceramic pottery combined with raw materials and The essence of Pottery Vietnam Plum. Bien Hoa pottery is not like any other pottery in the world. At the peak of Bien Hoa pottery produced a lot of fine arts for export such as baskets, pots, elephants, animals, statues with engraved engraving, splashing, enamel painting, combining various colors on the product. Bien Hoa ceramics are porous porous caves with ivory, light fire. Today, Bien Hoa Pottery is still developing but it has passed the heyday, mainly for export and the products are mainly made to order, no longer as diverse as before and also reduce art elements, bridges. Period and sophistication, so the ancient Bien Hoa pottery products are very ancient antiques collectibles.

Lai Thieu Pottery Village – Tan Phuoc Khanh – Thu Dau Mot (Binh Duong) formed from the immigration of the Chinese and brought pottery from Canh Duc Chan, Quang Chau to Vietnam, is the successor of Cay Mai Pottery. The production facilities are not concentrated but scattered in the three main areas as above. Production of household articles, fine art pottery, developed to this day and the cradle of the great pottery of Vietnam as Vietnam pottery supplier