Thursday, April 12, 2018

Discover the mark of Ha Thai lacquerware village

Come to the lacquer village of Lower Nowadays, you not only discover a traditional culture of the nation but also experience the quintessence of ancient people passed down in the masterpiece lacquer products.

  Man made the tradition Located 17 km south of Hanoi city center in Duyen Thai commune, Thuong Tin district, Hanoi. This place is considered the land of natural time, with many advantages for the lacquer industry, the center of the ancient city is not far away from convenient for the exchange and trade of products. This is also the first place where the first Vietnamese artists to study in the Indochinese art are living and working, the artists have discovered and discovered more materials with many colors such as eggshell, snail bamboo shoots, bamboo shoots, bamboo shoots, bamboo shoots and so on.   Distinctive impression makes the brand name Ha Thai lacquer 200 years ago, lacquer has only three traditional colors: black paint, lacquer (red) and paint cockroach (yellow-brown). After the development of craft, villages have added many new colors, the appearance also from that diverse, much richer.

  The biggest difference of Ha Thai lacquer village lies in the special paint that no other village in the world has. Inspired by nature, using simple materials such as snails, egg shells, etc., the village has created a variety of paint colors, rich. Brightly bearing the cultural tradition of the Vietnamese people.   To make a product lacquer mark their own, the artisans must be careful in every step: bundling, decorating, grinding and polishing. There are 4 main steps to make a product Ha Thai lacquer. Each stage is crafted a little, combined to the smallest detail, most of these stages are created by the hands of skilled craftsmen.
At present, Ha Thai lacquer village has been planned as an industrial complex or medium industrial park to focus on producing and promoting high efficiency. At the same time for visitors to visit, learn about the traditional culture of a traditional handicraft village.

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