Thanh Hà pottery village has existed for 500 years. Not only the traditional occupation of village, But also cultural values and history a long-standing of the people of VietNam. So much, hard job, a low income, but the people in the village still preserved and developed until today.

  Looking at the products that artisans create easy but when you work it yourself, you will feel difficult of job that requires we have to skill craftsman hands. Most of the artisans in the village had been trained by his father. With their creation, more and more artists confirmed cultural values in each of their works and they achieved the highest award and foreign friends to know about.
 Since then, they were awarded top honors the "Craftsman"  at the Thanh Hà pottery village.

  Here, we introduce the craftsman to you, they attached Thanh Hà pottery trade
Craftsman: Mr. Lê Văn Xê
Le Van Xe is a leader in developing new types of kilns with the support of the State. This type of incinerator complies with the traditional production process in the preparation of fuel, processing, shaping, drying and calcination cooling but is built to achieve higher productivity, have better durability due to its thick walls, and limit environmental pollution from the chimney. Mr Xe is working the oven, and he and his wife are busy, faces mottled by sweat and smoke. Already in his 50th year, he still keeps his nose to the oven, and takes on a large amount of work because, "It is too expensive to hire someone to help, even with one regular batch from the oven a month, there would still not be enough to eat ". His house features two ovens: one front and one back.
Mr. Xê's family
Mr. Xê's products
He briefly explained the division of crafts should be carefully made. If they all follow the traditional ceramic art customs in their products, then the household will be not have enough to survive. To sell their household wares, they also make great effort to trade their pots in other places and open up new markets. Ceramic household goods have not been promoted in the Vietnamese markets in the best possible way, so many Vietnamese do not understand how these items can be applied in their daily life. I still believe that whatever happens, pottery will persist and Thanh Ha pottery in particular will have the chance to develop further ...