Finding beautiful tableware that is also durable is no mean feat; typically, you get one or the other. Homegrown department store Robinsons aims to debunk this theory with its exclusive Fine Bone China collection ($28-$59). Comprising a tea cup and saucer, teapot, sugar bowl, mug, milk jug and side plate, every item has gilded edges and bears an illustration of the first Robinsons store at Raffles Place in 1898.
Also launching on Aug 6 alongside the collection: The Heritage Shop, a curated space that stocks a range of items retailing in the department store in its early days. You can even donate items bought in the ’50s to the ’90s and get a $100 voucher in return. Level 1 Robinsons The Heeren
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