Nov 28 -Dec 20, 2020. 10am onwards


Handcrafted Ceramics, Glass Art, Water Colour, Ink Drawing and Folk Art, priced between $50 - $520, specially curated by Marjorie Chu for seasonal giving. 


Champagne and refreshments on weekends. Covid-19 regulations apply.  Parking at Act 3 Lane or Environment building car park.


Ceramic bowls, plates, cups and bottles made from stoneware clay, glazed with Iron Oxide, Celadon and Tenmoku.


$50 - $ 250


Glass fascinated mankind since the Egyptian era. These glassware are blown, slumped and fused to form the most exquisite shapes.


$ 60 - $ 520

Individually and uniquely-shaped fish figurines, fired to a temperature that they clink like the sound of glass. It makes an auspicious gift for the New Year too.


Fish figurine $ 90 each 

Display stand $ 8 each

The Bengal school of stylised drawing is well-regarded and practised to this day. These freehand drawings are executed with brush and Indian ink.


$ 250 each, complete with frame.

Watercolours by artist Andy Yang, in the size of miniature paintings specially made for seasonal giving. Inspired by nature, with romantic titles that come from the artist’s heart.


$ 450 each, complete with frame.

Folk art from various regions of India: Bihar, Madhubani, West Bengal and Kalighat.


$ 90 each, complete with frame.

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82 Cairnhill Rd,  Singapore 229684 

Tel 6737 3448

​Street parking is available

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