To many observers who are familiar with auctioned artifacts at Balclis, that was one of the craziest auctions they had ever seen
The Ho Chi Minh City Museum of History is introducing a collection of never-before-seen antiques
A man had asked him to deliver what he said was an antique and promised to pay him $21 for the job
An exhibit of century-old antiques and works by revered Vietnamese artists is running in Hanoi until Sunday
The Vietnam Institute of Archaeology reported that it has found a number of artifacts dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries in the Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago, off central Vietnam’s Khanh Hoa Province, which help affirm the country’s sovereignty over the islands
Exquisite items of Vietnamese porcelain have attracted considerable attention at an exhibit running until December 2014 in Singapore
An exhibit running in Ho Chi Minh City until October 15 features antique jars and pots from Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries
Almost 1,500 precious antiques owned by a famous collector have been seized for 11 years due to local agencies’ slow procedures and shifting of responsibilities.
Tra Vinh Province’s General Museum in southern Vietnam recently announced that concluding a two-year project, it has collected a total of 326 artifacts used by people of Khmer ethnic minority some hundreds of years ago.
200-year-old enamel-coated brass artifacts from Vietnam and other Asian countries are on display at an exhibit running in Ho Chi Minh City until May 22.
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