Wen Sheng Temple is taken from the three red Chinese characters above the gateway. I do not know if “Wen Sheng” refers to a person or has a meaning, and I was unable to find any information about this building online. English language information, that is. Located on Phan Chu Trinh street in the Hoi An Old Town.
Lê Công Kiều, a small street near Saigon’s Museum of Fine Arts, is lined with antique shops. These teapots with traditional designs look bronze, so I am assuming they are bronze. All of them may be genuine antiques or some of them may be newly minted and made to look old in a factory somewhere in Vietnam. One never knows in antique shops. Buyer beware unless you know what you are doing. I am not a collector of stuff in any case, so walking away with a photo or two is more than enough to satisfy me.