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Lunar New Year-inspired designs usher in the Year of the Goat

by Peace Chiu on Feb 4, 2015 in Products
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The Lunar New Year is a time for loved ones to be together and an occasion that calls for festive fun — these home décor and gift ideas will ensure you have a special time welcoming in the Year of the Goat!

Hong Kong-themed ceramics from Faux
In Hong Kong, the celebration of Chinese New Year inevitably means a feast. Local designer Mariko Jesse's Hong Kong-themed ceramics add local flavour and a festive flair to your dining table. This Chinese dining set from Faux has designs based on a traditional toile pattern combined with unique Hong Kong icons and landmarks. From dim sum baskets and birdcages to egg tarts and the Star Ferry, these are the perfect, crowd-pleasing pieces for any Hong Kong tea party.
Horizon Plaza Flagship Tree Store, 28/F Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong; as well as various locations. Call +852 2870 1582 or visit www.tree.com.hk for more details.
Celebrate Champagne from Orrefors and Kosta Boda
In Chinese culture, gold symbolises wealth, good luck and fortune, and happiness. This gold glass champagne-bottle-shaped sculpture from Orrefors and Kosta Boda not only adds a touch of design and fun to your home, but is also an instant conversation starter for you and your guests.
Homeless, 28-29 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong or Mr Blacksmith, 7 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong. Call +852 2851 1160 or +852 2581 1110, or visit www.homeless.hk for more details.
 
Red lanterns from Tree
Remember the less fortunate this Lunar New Year with the help of Tree, which works with a non-profit social enterprise to create beautiful hanging decorations handcrafted by disadvantaged rural communities in Vietnam and Cambodia. Choose from decorative pieces handmade from cotton, papier mache or newspaper, and have fun decorating your home or office with love.
Horizon Plaza Flagship Tree Store, details as previously.
Handmade sheep from Meier
Made of German wood, real lamb plush and cow leather, Meier creates handmade sheep that are not just kids' toys, but also art pieces for homes. Perfect for the new Chinese zodiac year!
Homeless & Sidekick, Shop 119, 1/F Style House — The Park Lane, 310 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Call +852 3620 3675 or visit www.homeless.hk for more details.
 
Chinese crystal art from Liuligongfang
Chinese crystal and art culture brand Liuligongfang's Year of the Sheep collections — The Most Intrepid Force is Born From Quietude and Prosperity, Ubiquitous — express the powerful vitality of sheep via different colours. This particular piece, Traipsing Through Clouds, symbolises good fortune, wisdom and longevity.

Central Gallery, Shop 105-106, 1/F Ruttonjee Centre, 11 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong; as well as various locations. Call +852 2522 7682 or visit www.liuli.com.hk for more details.

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