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Fully Customized Angpao (Money Envelope)

This is an ang pao envelope, money envelope.
$2.00

Gold Deepavali Money Envelope

This is a Gold Deepavali Money Envelope.
$3.00

Incense Stick Metal Holder

Metal Incense Stick Holder. Interesting gift promoting health and tranquility
$12.00

Religious Hanging Ornament

Customisable Automobile Hanging Decoration. Beautiful gift for Diwali.
$12.00

3-in-1 Travel Teapot Set (Wooden box)

This is a 3-in-1 Portable Travel Teapot Tea Set with 1 dark green tea pot and 2 cups.
$20.00

Magnetic Fortune Cookie Coin Pouch

Magnetic Fortune Mini Peach Bun Ziplock Coin Pouch which can be customised for cultural occasions.
$10.00

Mother-of-Pearl Candle Holder

Unique Candle Holder with elegant design.
$10.00

Mother-of-Pearl Bell

Unique Bell with elegant design.
$15.00

Mother-of-Pearl Candle Snuffer

Festive Candle Snuffer.
$12.00

Hammered Copper Bookmark

Copper Bookmark believed to promote health due to it's metal properties. Great gift to promote reading and wellness.
$5.00

Indian Spicebox Kit : Gold

A modern take on the tradition Indian spice box. This gold kit features a beautiful, full-colour, hardcover cookbook with 9 organic spices (all the spices you need to cook the recipes) beautifully packaged in tins and solid wooden blocks.
From $57.00

Indian Spicebox Kit : Silver

A modern take on the tradition Indian spice box. This silver kit features a beautiful, full-colour, hardcover cookbook with 9 organic spices (all the spices you need to cook the recipes) beautifully packaged in tins and solid wooden blocks.
From $57.00

Art of Spice - Bestsellers Selection

A taste of the Indian heritage of Singapore! Celebrate your love for flavourful food with this selection of 4 organic spices from Indian Spicebox beautifully packaged together with 4 recipe cards. Everything you need to whip up a gorgeous Indian meal. Spices: Red Chili, Garam Masala, Cumin Seeds, Turmeric Recipes: Chana Masala, Daal, Aloo Tikki, Pakoras
From $27.00

Silver Spicebox (without cookbook)

Our gorgeous silver finish spicebox kit includes 9 silver finish tins with individually packaged organic spices and 9 wooden containers. The spicebox and spices all come beautifully packaged in recyclable materials and this product is guaranteed to impress! With each product purchased, underprivileged school children in India will be fed a hot, nutritious, meal.
From $50.00

Hardbound Diary

Harbound diary with a unique traditional design. Not your ordinary gift.
$18.00

Reclaimed Wood & Paper Money Envelope

Unique envelope (Ang Bao) with 3D reclaimed wood design.
$8.00

Heartgifts Doll Brooch Pin (Set of 5)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique brooch. Can be fully customised. Gift from the heart.
$8.00

Heartgifts Dolls

Handrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique cultural gift that shows you care.
$9.00

Heartgifts Batik Placemat, Coasters, Chopstick Set

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Matching unique accessories set for dining tables.
$35.00

Heartgifts Batik Pencil Case & Five Stones Set

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Great gift from the heart for schooling children.
$12.00

Heartgifts Batik Five Stones(Set of 5)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Uniquely designed traditional game that shows you care.
$8.00

Heartgifts Patterned Five Stones(Set of 5)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Uniquely designed traditional game that shows you care.
$8.00

Heartgifts Batik Placemat

Hancrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique decoration for dining tables to show you care.
$12.00

Heartgifts Batik Tissue Pouch

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique batik accessory.
$9.00

Heartgifts Batik Soft Cup Coasters (Set of 2 / Set of 6)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Best functional gift for drinkware to show you care.
$14.00

Heartgifts Batik Pen Cover with 2 pen

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Uniquely designed pen accessory for adults and children.
$8.00

Heartgifts Peranakan Door Stopper

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique and different door stopper. Gift from the heart.
$15.00

Heartgifts Doll Keychain( Set of 2)

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique cultural keychain. Can be fully customised. Gift from the heart.
$8.00

Heartgifts 3D Magnetic Sticky Note Pad

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. A 3D Magnetic Sticky Note Pad with cute cartoon on the left side. And the magnet allows it to be stabled on the fridge. A trully unique gift from the heart.
$12.00

Heartgifts Batik Lanyard

Handcrafted by Heartgifts Beneficiary. Unique design and functional lanyard for events.
$5.00

JTMUSES-Mango Wood Trivet with Decorative Enamel of Shophouse

Quintessential SG Shophouses: artist illustrated Trivet Text: Bless All who Gather Here! Makes a great housewarming gift. A trivet safeguards your surfaces from burns and stains. On top of that essential protection, this artist-inspired trivet (8x8 inches) with the quintessential shophouses of SG gives a nice design to your table spread. Comes with a leather handle for easy display and drying. All our Trivets are uniquely handmade in India, so small imperfections are expected. Colours may differ slightly in real life due to different resolutions on different devices.
$28.00 $39.90

JTMUSES-enamel mugs (set of 2)-Taxis of SG

During phase 2 of our new normal, my mentee – differently-abled artist, Douglas – had kept busy. I started him on Taxis of SG as he likes to draw vehicles. Do you remember the 70s when we used to hail “Taxi!” and share them with other commuters? Co-shared on mixed media is a collage of how our different ethnicities have shaped Singapore to Uniquely Singaporean and the taxi cabs of old. 1. 1949 – The First London-type Taxi in SG. We reproduced this from relevant images of old. An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first-ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. 2. The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906. We researched it and tried to reproduce it here with its winged tips! 3. Toyota Corona Taxis – SBS Taxi- its colours mirror that of the SBS bus in the mid-eighties; re-interpreted from old photos The backdrop features a collage of how different ethnicities have made Singapore such a melting pot of surprising discoveries.
$35.00

JTMUSES-Esplanade-enamel mugs (set of 2)

Arts at the Esplanade-Artist illustrated enamel mugs – Get a gift set of 2 Text: Music is to the soul what words are to the mind. | Esplanade- Theatres on the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone Makes a great gift set. This mixed media piece is the second collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. Esplanade – Theatres by the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone. Catch a world-class opera or pop concert at Singapore’s premier performing arts centre. Most of its performances at the concourse are free.
$35.00

JTMUSES-shophouse-enamel mugs (set of 2)

Quintessential SG Shophouses -Artist illustrated enamel mugs – Get a gift set of 2 Enamel mugs mirror the past and are great for camping, outdoor lifestyle, and also in the office. Quintessential SG Shophouses is the first collaborative piece of artwork by artists Douglas Leong and Joyce Tan, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. The piece was conceptualised by Joyce and Douglas was taught how to paint this piece under the watchful eye of his mentor. The subject of the shophouse was chosen because it showcases the quintessential Singapore Shophouses along Koon Seng Road. This is their attempt to capture this slowly disappearing icon on paper. The painting is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements on the artwork.
$35.00

JTMUSES-Lacquer Treasure box-SG Playgrounds (corporate gift)

SG’s Iconic Past Present and Future PlayGrounds is the third collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong under a mentor/mentee arrangement. It uncovers glimpses of our past, present and future “playgrounds”. MINIMUM ORDER of 50 pieces. Makes a great corporate gift. Packaged in a silk gift box. Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: old national Theatre of the 60s, Cathay Cinema of old, Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, Old Kallang Airport Tower, City Hall/National Gallery, Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall, Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with.
$99.00

JTMUSES-TMP Medium Trinket Tray 5"x7"

Place it on your desk to hold paper clips, or on your dresser to hold jewelry, rings, and everything nice; this fun catchall is as lovely as it is functional. Dimensions: 5" x 7" usual 8.5 x 4 inches Material: Handcrafted fused glass Story: A tribute to the special playgrounds that our parents used to spend their leisure time at…evoke fond memories... Tribute to SG's Past & Present Playgrounds • Singapore’s iconic buildings seen: • old national Theatre of the 60s, • Cathay Cinema of old, • Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, • Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, • Old Kallang Airport Tower, • City Hall/National Gallery, • Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall • Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with.
$68.00

Singapore Sticky notes

Uniquely designed, useful gift.
$8.00

JTMUSES-Award- Ceramic Tile with wood stand

A ceramic tile is a picture-perfect memoir to be given as a service award or appreciation gift. Easily customizable with name or logo or a different mixed media illustration. See https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/tmp-artworks for more of the artist's illustrations
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Batik Pouch

A fun and practical cosmetic pouch beautifully crafter from Traditional Batik fabrics.
From $21.00

JTMUSES-Inverted Umbrella Auto-Open 3-fold with UV Protection

Bring the rain! The reversible design of inside-out umbrellas keeps the water in until you are ready to open it. A Compact Umbrella with Ergonomic Handle, Full Fiberglass Ribs and UV Protection UPSIDE DOWN UMBRELLA: To avoid getting rainwater in your car or office, the reversible design of this repel umbrella keeps the water in until you are ready to open it. Opens when you press the button, press again to close it. 1949 Austin – The First SG London-type Taxi The model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first-ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. It soon disappeared from the roads of Singapore.
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JTMUSES-PREMIUM archival museum quality canvas (A3)

SG’s Playgrounds of the Past Present and Future Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: • old national Theatre of the 60s, • Cathay Cinema of old, • Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, • Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, • Old Kallang Airport Tower, • City Hall/National Gallery, • Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall • Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with.
$148.00

JTMUSES-PREMIUM archival museum quality canvas (A3) - esplanade-ndp

SG’s Playgrounds of the Past Present and Future Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: • old national Theatre of the 60s, • Cathay Cinema of old, • Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, • Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, • Old Kallang Airport Tower, • City Hall/National Gallery, • Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall • Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with.
$148.00

Merlion Box

12 snacks included in a snack box Locally inspired flavoured snacks 4 varieties of healthy goodies
$29.90

Organic Chai Masala

Our Chai spice blend in a gorgeous re-usable tin box, allows you to make the perfect cup of Indian tea. The blend features organic cinnamon from Kerala, organic cardamom and organic dried ginger. To make Masala Chai just add one teaspoon of this blend into boiling water, a splash of milk and a teaspoon of your favourite black tea. Boil, strain and enjoy! 100 g foil pack inside a re-usable tin. Spice blend ingredients: cardamom, cinnamon, dry ginger
From $14.40

Batik Painting

Batik painting handcrafted by Metta youths with special needs
$168.00

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-Esplanade-National Day

NDP double-walled Thermal Mug (stainless steel) with QR code to National Day Songs Text: Music is to the soul what words are to the mind. | Esplanade- Theatres on the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone This mixed media piece is the second collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. Esplanade – Theatres by the Bay believes that the arts is for everyone. Catch a world-class opera or pop concert at Singapore’s premier performing arts centre. Most of its performances at the concourse are free.
From $25.00

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-Playgrounds of SG

SG’s Iconic Past Present and Future PlayGrounds is the third collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist Douglas Leong under a mentor/mentee arrangement. It uncovers glimpses of our past, present and future “playgrounds”. Tributes to Singapore’s iconic buildings are: old national Theatre of the 60s, Cathay Cinema of old, Red Lantern Revolving Restaurant, Big Splash, Upper Seletar Rock Tower, Old Kallang Airport Tower, City Hall/National Gallery, Town Hall/Victoria Concert Hall, Anderson Bridge since 1910, and the new Jewel at Changi Airport. Evoking connections and memories of play are musical pieces, the way we stringed firecrackers of old and the old kites we used to play with. choice of 3 artist designs
From $25.00

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug with sip lid-shophouse

Quintessential SG Shophouses: artist illustrated Travel Tumbler Text: Bless All who Gather Here! Makes a great housewarming gift. Commute with it - fits in car holder This mixed media piece is the first collaborative piece of artwork by differently-abled artist (DAA) Douglas Leong, under a mentor/mentee arrangement. The subject of the shophouses was chosen because it showcases Singapore Shophouses along Koon Seng Road. This is his attempt to capture this slowly disappearing icon on paper. The art piece is further spiced with interesting bits of Straits Peranakan elements. choice of 3 artist designs
From $25.00

JTMUSES-Stainless Steel Travel Mug-taxis

During phase 2 of our new normal, my mentee – differently-abled artist, Douglas – had kept busy. I started him on Taxis of SG as he likes to draw vehicles. Do you remember the 70s when we used to hail “Taxi!” and share them with other commuters? Co-shared on mixed media is a collage of how our different ethnicities have shaped Singapore to Uniquely Singaporean and the taxi cabs of old. 1. 1949 – The First London-type Taxi in SG. We reproduced this from relevant images of old. An Austin 1949 model arrived in Singapore in November 1949 as the colony’s first-ever London-type taxi, causing quite a stir as pedestrians and passengers gazed at the vehicle with interest. Designed with a capacity to carry five passengers, the new taxi, however, was out of reach for most drivers due to its high cost of $7,000. 2. The first yellow top taxis were brought into Singapore in 1933 by the Wearne Brothers, founded in 1906. We researched it and tried to reproduce it here with its winged tips! 3.Toyota Corona Taxis – SBS Taxi- its colours mirror that of the SBS bus in the mid-eighties; re-interpreted from old photos The backdrop features a collage of how different ethnicities have made Singapore such a melting pot of surprising discoveries.
From $25.00

Elephant Candle Stand

Beautiful elephant candle stand to celebrate Diwali with!
$25.00