Loveramics, one of my favorite stores in Hong Kong, just came out with a new collection: Tripod!
The whole collection is so practical–everything is stackable to save cupboard space.
I really want to mix up a sauce in one of these bowls and then use the nice lip to pour it over something.
Wouldn’t these food storage pieces really dress up your pantry? I really love the different shades of blue they’ve chosen. The collection actually already won the Design Plus Award for 2011.
Loveramics is giving away their large salad bowl to one lucky HKHousewife reader. HKHousewife will cover the shipping to anywhere in the world–so anyone is welcome to enter!
To enter, simply leave a comment with the name and ingredients in your favorite salad. A winner will be chosen on August 29th! Good luck!!
If you’re local and haven’t been to the Loveramics shop in Sheung Wan, you must visit: 37 Tung St, Hollywood Road.
And, while we’re on the subject of giveaways, the winner of our Hocusadabra blocks giveway was Mary. Random.com spit out the number four. Her answer was:
“Oh, my favorite gift to give at a baby shower is a silver baby cup for the little one. My grandmother gave one to my siblings and I and it has proved to be such a great tradition, I am more than pleased to pass it along.”
Be sure to check out the comments in the post for some really great baby shower gift ideas. Congratulations to Mary and good luck to everyone in our current giveaway.
I’m a real sucker for family-run businesses and I adore china, so I pretty much can’t say enough good things about Loveramics.
After providing china for dozens of establishments for decades, they finally decided to create their own line a couple of years ago and their designs are super fresh and affordable.
This green line reminded me so much of Heath Ceramics and was my personal favorite because it mixes East with West… all of the plates double as lids on the bowls, as you would serve soup or noodle dishes in the East or they can be used as salad dishes or bread and butter plates as is commonplace in the West. The lid of the mug is also its saucer.
Another favorite is their ‘A Curious Toile’ which is a playful take on a traditional toile. It’s also sold at Liberty of London and Lane Crawford, although I’d suggest going to their Sheung Wan locale for the best price.
Grace, who is usually at the shop, married into the family business and couldn’t be more sweet. She has graciously donated adorable mugs to our Sending Love to Japan charity event. I recently bought a mug there for a friend’s birthday, but it would also be a cool spot to get a whole set of dishes! Loveramics, 37 Tung St, Hollywood Road, Central, HK