Masterful Artisans: Exploring the Talents of Vietnam

Nurtual from the roots - Crafts villages

Vietnamese artisans embark on a journey to master their craft since discover the vast value of Vietnam's long history. They learn from experienced craftsmen through apprenticeship, refining skills, and embracing the art's essence.



Born Vietnamese, we inherit all the heritage through the years and have the responsibility to preserve those values

Artisan Nguyen Hung carves by hand on ceramic material. Sometimes, it takes him more than 2 years for a crafts piece.

Artist Ly Thi Nhien - "Village Elder" preserves the long-standing culture of the Chau Ro people with a Goongkla.

Artisan Phung Dinh Giap born in 1952 is the last artist of soil decor still working in Vietnam. He was born into a family with a tradition of making peanuts out of soil.

Artisan Duong Quy Nghia is a very special coconut shell craftsman. Despite his inconvenience, with skillful hands, he created extremely beautiful and valuable handicraft works.

The Vietnamese craftsmanship heritage passed down
through generations in the craft village

The artisans behind Artera Home are the soul and heartbeat of our creations. Their unwavering dedication, skill, and commitment to preserving our Vietnamese cultural heritage are what make each piece truly exceptional.

Despite the fact of many young people leaving the village for better income. Some still cop with the enthusiasm and responsibility of our culture. To them, traditional preservation is the priority as they understand how valuable those are.

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