JTMUSES - Lacquer Trinket Box -Breakfast in Singapore
Get into the spirit of gifting with lacquer Trinket Boxes from the Shophouse Collection. This square trinket box is perfect for storing small items and jewellery. Made in high-sheen white lacquer. Perfect for gifting and uplifting your table. Pretty Joo Chiat residential shophouses are a living legacy of Singapore’s Peranakan culture. The artwork portrays HAPPINESS – 幸福 and is digitally drawn by Jayden, an artist with autism. He adds Plumeria blooms and birds of many feathers and cats to bring joy into his shophouse. Co-canvassed by his mentor JTMUSES are ladies in kebaya and cheongsam having fun with firecrackers! Enjoy a blast from the fizzling 70s!
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Unit price from $58.00 | Lead time 14-21 days
Material: Luxurious glossy white lacquer on wood
Size: L 10cm x W 10cm x H 4.5cm
Material: Lacquer on Wood
ready stock of 20 pieces at $58 per piece
This is how Singaporeans enjoy breakfast in local kopitiams!
Growing up in Singapore, one of our all-time favourite breakfast foods is half-boiled eggs with kaya toast with kopi or teh.
If there’s a proper skill most locals have, it’s ordering coffee (kopi), from the local kopitiam. From peng to siew dai, there are 21 ways to order local coffee (or kopi) in Singapore!
By default, when you order a kopi, you’ll end up with a coffee and condensed milk. But say kopi with C anywhere in the name, and it means you’ll get evaporated milk instead of condensed milk