SEACS members won’t want to miss the unique exhibition of beautiful Bát Tràng pottery dating from the 14th to the 17th centuries on display in the National Museum of History in Hanoi. The exhibition features 39 ceramic artefacts representing each period, displayed in four sections – an overview of the history of the formation of Bát Tràng Pottery Village, Bát Tràng pottery artefacts in the 14th Century, Bát Tràng pottery artefacts in the 15th to the 18th Centuries, and pottery in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
Director of the museum Nguyen Văn Đoàn said, “Bát Tràng pottery, with its long history and unique cultural heritage, has become a subject of research and collection by the museum over many periods. For more information, see Vietnam National Museum of History.
See also our extensive write-up of Bát Tràng pottery in our section on the Ceramics of Vietnam.