Chu Dau Ceramics
Chu Dau ceramics belong to high-class ancient ceramic line of Vietnam in the XII- XIII century, flourished in the XIV-XVI century during the Ly – Tran – Le – Mac period. In the XVII century, Chu Dau ceramics were lost.
The typical feature of Chu Dau ceramics is shown in the style, the glaze color and the sophisticated motifs expressing Vietnamese cultural identity, honestly reflecting the civilization of the Red River Delta. Currently Chu Dau ancient ceramics are being treasured in 46 prestigious museums in 32 countries around the world.