Vietnamese Pottery

Vietnamese pots are particularly hand made.  They are fired for up to 3 weeks at high temperatures in wood fueled kilns.  Sometimes bits of ash fly about in the kiln and sometimes pots explode.  In this way, bits of clay, ash or glaze can end up on other pots.  You don’t get the kind of flawless glazing that one gets from the natural gas fired kilns but the trade-off is that you get a stronger pot.  Vietnamese pots are well known for their strength, thickness and wonderful blue glazes.

VP-4444

cream & turquoise tapers

VP-388338

strawberry pots

flared blue pots

small square tapers

VP-4135

VP-4404

VP-4062

VP-1431

VP-162

VP-160

VP-153

VP-128

plain round pots

VP-206-1

VP-1089M

VP-1089

VP-339

VP-299

VP-338

VP-289

VP-297

VP-280050

VP-215

VP-1089U (1)

VP-4433

VP-237, 238

VP-206-2

lots of saucers

plain round turquoise sets

lg square tapers

diamond motif

cubic green lunar pots

blue striped pots

VP-1201M

VP-4741

blue self watering pots

very large brown tapers

tall sq silver-gray tapers

tall sq dark brown tapers

small white tapers

monkey pots

round bottom pots

puzzle pots, ribbed pots

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