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Since the 1980s, the production of fine wooden articles has experienced a strong revival.
Copper casting is one of the most famous and enduring traditional art forms of Viet Nam.
There are many villages throughout the country that produce ceramics.
There are many villages throughout the country that produce ceramics.
In the past, embroidery was mainly reserved for the benefit of the upper class, temples, and pagodas.
Craftsmen performing inlaying use different types of oysters’ shells and pearls, which offer a wide array of colours.
As soon as the 2nd century, the Vietnamese were using gold and silver to create jewellery.
Most of the traditional sculptures are made in Da Nang City, more specifically near Ngu Hanh Son Mountai lacated between Quan Khai and Hoa Khe villages.
Lacquerware is really typical to Viet Nam, although it also exists in other Asian countries. It is said that the resin extracted of Vinh Phuc is the best one.
Bamboo and rattan (tre, may and song) are abundant sources of material used by Vietnamese handicraftsmen.