These ancient items dating back to the 19th-20th centuries are believed that they belonged to village rich men in the feudal regime, such as a sophisticated bed inlaid with mother-of-pearl, three altar cabinets featuring the culture of the North, Central and South.
The collection worth a lot of money has been collected since 1997 by collector Nguyen Dinh Tuan.
Collector Nguyen Dinh Tuan’s house where many priceless ancient items are displayed
A horizontal lacquered board engraved with three words, Phuc (Blessing), Loc (Prosperity), Tho (Longevity)
A pair of bronze bottles weighing 100 kilos each
A 300-year-old Buddha statue
One of the three altar cabinets featuring the culture of the North, Central and South
An altar cabinet with mother of pearl inlay patterns
An ancient tea set
The sophisticated bed inlaid with mother-of-pearl worth more than VND2 billion
A dragon-shaped gemstone sculpture a flock of carps was engraved with a flock of carps
An antique oil lamp has a price that is similar to a motorbike.
An ancient fan is still running
A scale is used in traditional Chinese medicine.
An oil lamp
An antique padlock
An old desk phone
Vintage coal heated cast iron with rooster lock and wooden handle
An ancient pipe