The Chu Dau BRG Swan ceramic vase, also known as the “Phi - Minh - Túc – Thực'' vase, an artisanal reconstruction of the classical Chu Dau ceramic vase dating back to the Tran – Early Later Le dynasties (14th - 15th century). The original is an unique artifact, found on board an old shipwreck offshore Cu Lao Cham, Hoi An, Quang Nam province. In 2012, the original vase was recognized by the Government as a National Treasure of Viet Nam, and is currently preserved in the VietNam Museum of History.
The vase body employs the Swan as its prominent pattern, depicted in four different statures representing a wide range of values “Phi (flight, elevation, growth) – Minh (light and a bright future) – Túc (sleep, rest, security) – Thực (nourishment, affluence and prosperity)” as a summary of the meaning of life. The artisan imbued the product with a vivid soul as a wish for sufficiency, wealth, a bright future ahead, growth and prosperity.