Ceramic vase set enters Vietnam Book of Records

Update: 16:54 | 08/10/2018
A set of 100 ceramic floor vases featuring Vietnam’s traditional patterns created by artisan Pham Van Tuyen - Venerable Thich Chanh Tinh, has received an entry in the Vietnam Book of Records.  
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A ceremony to announce the honour was held in the northern port city of Hai Phong on October 6.

ceramic vase set enters vietnam book of records
An exhibition on ceramic vase set of artisan Pham Van Tuyen - Venerable Thich Chanh Tinh (Photo: anhp.vn)

Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Record Association Tran Chien Thang noted that the set contributes to promoting Vietnam’s culture, as well as creative and humanity values.

Artisan Phạm Văn Tuyên - Venerable Thích Chánh Tinh said he and his associates made the vases in two months, using ceramic glaze in the style of historical period between the Early Lê dynasty (1428–1527) and the Mạc dynasty (1527–1677).

The collection introduces and honours ceramic products and Vietnamese traditional pottery in particular, thus preserving values of traditional pottery villages, said Director of Hai Phong’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Le Van Quy.

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(Source: VNA)