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Art Design Hari Raya Puasa 2021: Pretty Tableware to Enjoy Hari Raya Aidilfitri Delicacies in Style

Hari Raya Puasa 2021: Pretty Tableware to Enjoy Hari Raya Aidilfitri Delicacies in Style

The dinnerware set adds an elegance and sophistication to any tabletop Photo: Eloise
The dinnerware set adds an elegance and sophistication to any tabletop Photo: Eloise
By Cheryl Lai-Lim
By Cheryl Lai-Lim
May 10, 2021
Spruce up your dining table this Hari Raya Puasa with tableware that will surely steal the show

Hari Raya Puasa falls on May 13 this year, marking the end of the Ramadan month of fasting. While tighter restrictions to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic may have slightly dampened the mood, the spirit of Hari Raya celebrations and its significance still remains. 

The festive celebration is the time to gather your loved ones and tuck into traditional dishes like ketupat, rendang, kuih raya, and many other Malay delicacies. With your family all around, it pays to create beautiful tablescapes and these chic tableware options from our homegrown brands make it easy to do so. From elegant scalloped-edged dishware to azure dining sets, these eye-catching crockery will surely lift the mood and might even increase your appetite. 

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Scallop Dinnerware Set by Eloise

The refined scalloped edges are the highlight of the Deep Sea Scallop dinnerware set Photo: Eloise
The dinnerware set adds an elegance and sophistication to any tabletop Photo: Eloise
 

This dinnerware set by local homeware and accessories label Eloise sets a stunning stage for your delicacies. Inspired by the sea, the set is lined with intricately-crafted scalloped edges that bring to mind the natural beauty of the coast. 

The ceramic dinnerware set features a mug, appetiser plate, large bowl, as well as a dinner plate. The four-piece collection is available in White Sand, a crisp white glaze with rustic gold edges, as well as Deep Sea, a dark blue hue that captures the mystery of the ocean.

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Andaman Collection by Island Living

The Andaman Collection by Island Living is characterised by free flowing lines inspired by the sea Photo: Island Living
The Andaman Collection by Island Living is characterised by free flowing lines inspired by the sea; Photo: Island Living
The collection features a soup bowl, side plate, and dinner plate Photo: Island Living
The collection features a soup bowl, side plate, and dinner plate; Photo: Island Living

Handmade by artisans in Thailand, the Andaman collection from Island Living pays homage to the tranquility and slower pace of island life. The organically-shaped tableware references the natural flow of the pristine blue waters that surrounds a tropical island. Available in a matte finish, the classic white hue is given some visual contrast with a hand-painted black rim.  

The collection of three features a soup bowl, side plate, and dinner plate. Channeling an understated elegance, the dishware trio adds a tasteful touch to tabletops.

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Sayang Singapura plate by Supermama

The Sayang Singapura plate by illustrator Lee Xin Li from the Singapore Stories collection features iconic local elements Photo: Supermama
The Sayang Singapura plate by illustrator Lee Xin Li from the Singapore Stories collection features iconic local elements; Photo: Supermama
Some of the other plates from the Singapore Stories collection by Supermama include the Round and Round the Garden plate by Josephine Lau, Linnette Lau and Joanna Teo of Floral Magic, alongside the Batik Butterfly plate by tailor Wellie Ang of Wellie Batik Fashion  Photo: Supermama
Some of the other plates from the Singapore Stories collection by Supermama include the Round and Round the Garden plate by Josephine Lau, Linnette Lau and Joanna Teo of Floral Magic, alongside the Batik Butterfly plate by tailor Wellie Ang of Wellie Batik Fashion; Photo: Supermama

With a dynamic motif designed by local illustrator Lee Xin Li, this plate features numerous iconic elements that make up our city-state. From famous culinary dishes to renowned architectural spots, the design celebrates Singapore’s vibrance.

The plate is part of the Supermama Singapore Blue collection, which features the collaborative works of more than 20 local brands and designers. The Merlion Kamon emblem can be found at the back of each individual plate. Each piece is carefully crafted by artisans from the Japanese porcelain brand Kihara in Arita.

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Fuji Set by Olive Home

Chic and charming, the Fuji set from Olive Home adds a decorative touch to tabletops Photo: Olive Home
Chic and charming, the Fuji set from Olive Home adds a decorative touch to tabletops; Photo: Olive Home
This sage-green Kyoto dining set is inspired by the lush green landscape of Kyoto Photo: Olive Home
This sage-green Kyoto dining set is inspired by the lush green landscape of Kyoto; Photo: Olive Home

Founded in 2018, the collections from Olive Home are inspired by the travels of its founder, Vickii Ma. The timeless dinnerware pieces are a tangible representation of Ma’s love for travelling and ceramics. 

This chic collection is inspired by her trip to Japan—Mount Fuji, in particular. The pebble-grey hue from the collection brings to mind the sturdy and imposing mountain against a clear azure sky. Handcrafted with natural glazed ceramic, the set’s minimalist yet thoughtful design makes for a meaningful gift. 

The five-piece collection is also available in sage-green under the name Kyoto, inspired by the mountainous landscape and the Arashiyama bamboo groves in western Kyoto.

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Tiers by Scene Shang

Available in three different colours, Tiers by Scene Shang can hold an assortment of treats Photo: Scene Shang
Available in three different colours, Tiers by Scene Shang can hold an assortment of treats; Photo: Scene Shang
The tiered tray can also function as an organisational tool Photo: Scene Shang
The tiered tray can also function as an organisational tool; Photo: Scene Shang

This tiered tray by homegrown furnishings label Scene Shang is the perfect serving stand to hold all your delectable little treats. The individual trays have been designed with a raised rim that allows them to hold an assortment of snacks, from baked treats to fruits. 

When the festivities are over, the multifunctional tray can also be reused as an organiser for your office supplies or even beauty essentials—talk about multitasking!

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Aenon Dinnerware Set by Base Piece

The dark blue hue of the plates brings to mind deep ocean waves Photo: Base Piece
The dark blue hue of the plates brings to mind deep ocean waves; Photo: Base Piece
The blue glossy pieces of the Aenon dinnerware collection adds a gorgeous vibrance to dinner settings Photo: Base Piece
The glossy pieces from the Aenon dinnerware collection adds a gorgeous vibrance to any dinner party; Photo: Base Piece

A glossy cobalt blue combined with copper details give this collection a bold and sophisticated look, sure to make an artistic statement on your tabletops. Crafted from porcelain, the Aenon dinnerware collection features an array of dishware pieces, from rimmed plates to rice bowls and soup spoons. The simple shapes and durable porcelain nature makes the dinnerware a stylish foil to colourful dishes. 

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