If you've been following local design and crafts store Supermama, you'll know that they do have quite unique collections of products, including porcelain plates inspired by Star Wars and local architecture.
The latest porcelain plates collection is a collaboration between Candlenut (the world's first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant) and Supermama, and pays homage to the Peranakan heritage. Think Peranakan tiles combined with iconic floral motifs.
The pair of Peranakan Mamazara — which means "small plate" in Japanese — are made in crafts facilities in Japan and remind of Kutani-yaki, a traditional Ishikawa pottery-making style that employs the use of colourful glaze and bold patterns.
Each Peranakan Mamazara measures 10.5cm in diameter and can be used as a condiments dish or even as a decorative display item in the home.
Each dish retails for $24 and is available at Candlenut at Como Dempsey and all Supermama stores, while stocks last.