Moc Thien Tan Brings Vietnam’s Sculpture Art to the World through the Moc Thien Tan Wood Workshop

From the house of Moc Thien Tan, comes a diverse range of bespoke wooden crafts and statues, borne of the artistry of the Hoa Quang family. With their expertly crafted products, the brand has created ripples in the wooden sculpture and carpentry market.

Hochiminh, Vietnam - March 20, 2020 / / —

Moc Thien Tan establishes itself as a significant entrant in the arts and crafts industry, and reaffirms its place as a superior heirloom crafts brand in Vietnam.
Offering a plethora of beautiful wooden statues, Moc Thien Tan has broken out of the category cliché with its truly unique product range. Founded in 1995, Moc Thien Tan has, since then, strived hard to bring alive the legacy of its founding forefather, Hoa Quang Huy.

In the year 2007, the company launched its first Moc Thien Tan Wood Workshop that equipped more than 20 workers with skills necessary to advance its brand presence and unique legacy in the carpentry market. That was subsequently followed by the creation of a famous trade village along the lines of the rural Thai Binh province.

Breaking all stereotypes and category conventions, Moc Thien Tan has come up with a wide variety of arts and crafts that include wooden paintings, incense sets, statues of the Buddha, and beautiful Feng Shui wooden statues. Crafted with delicate attention to detail, their products are one of a kind and cater to all sensibilities.

Speaking on the brand’s various achievements, Hoa Quang Phuoc, CPO and Chief Production Manager of Moc Thien Tan, stated, “We have a team of highly versatile and creative individuals who have worked day and night to make the brand a success. With our range of tailor-made, bespoke wooden crafts, we have been able to achieve what few brands do in such a short period. Our team of artists has strived hard to achieve our goals, while never jeopardizing the quality of our crafts.”

Witnessing the rapid strides that Moc Thien Tan made in the crafts market, and seeing its powerful potential, Director Nguyen Xuan Loc has proposed that the contribution to the brand’s capital be increased while roping in two new shareholders, Ha Anh Tuan and Nguyen Thị Trúc Diễm. The Wood Workshop will soon expand its presence in Vietnam, and aim at grabbing more new artistic talent for the company.

Moc Thien Tan’s position as a visionary arts and crafts brand in Vietnam are unchanged, while its artists have kept up their relentless efforts at creating high-quality wooden crafts. With energy and ambition, the brand will go a long way into advancing its legacy as one of Vietnam’s foremost heirloom brand.

About the Company:
Moc Thien Tan is a National Artist, Hoa Quang Phuoc’s labor of love. Grandson to Hoa Quang Huy and a member of the Hoa Quang family, Hoa Quang Phuoc, has strived hard to achieve perfection when it comes to his company’s goals. Established in 1995, the brand offers an assortment of quality wooden crafts and antiquities to meet a wide variety of needs.

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