Exhibition of timeless southern pottery hits Hanoi

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Ancient pottery items are on display in Hanoi. Photos: VnExpress Ancient pottery items are on display in Hanoi. Photos: VnExpress
Some 200 pottery items from the south that date back to the 18th-19th centuries are on display at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi.
The exhibition, which ends on May 16, is organized by antique collector Nguyen Thu Hoa and joined by 60 other collectors across the country.
Pham Quoc Quan, former director of the Vietnam History Museum, said this is a special exhibition as it marks the first time private antique collectors have held a show.

An ashtray made in Bien Hoa Town in the southern province of Dong Nai

A dragon-shaped chopstick holder made in Bien Hoa Town, Dong Nai Province

Incense holders and Buddha statue made in Binh Duong Province

A tea set made in Binh Duong Province

Some items made in Binh Duong Province

A vase made in Binh Duong Province

A vase made in Binh Duong Province.

A vase made in Bien Hoa Town

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