Add a splash of colour to your home and grab some gorgeous homewares at this year’s Prestige Christmas Gift Fair at the Conrad Hong Kong. From striking silver to colourful crockery, there’s an array of fabulous pieces to choose from. Here’s a sample of the offerings.
Taste of Turkey
If you’re looking for some outstanding pieces for your home that are also a little different, you might just find them at Ankyra Homes. The striking items on offer here are all hand-painted with meticulous care. You’ll find everything from coasters, bowls and tea sets to lamps and plates. Brighten your home with some Turkish style!
If you’re looking for s special gift, drop by Esme Parish Silver at this year’s fair. This brand offers a unique mix of silver of different origins, and has now added to its inimitable collection with the addition of Indian and Burmese silver. The range spans an antique collection from the Chinese and Japanese silver of the 19th and early 20th century to Western silver that covers the Georgian, Victorian, Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods.
Warm & Luxe
Bring a touch of six-star luxury to your home with this New York brand that is loved by high-end hotels in Europe and America. Rifanny blankets are made from 100 percent microfibre polyester anti-allergic fabric, and they’re not only snuggly and soft, but also super warm and super light – perfect for Hong Kong winters!
You might know Umah Bali from the brand’s striking trays. This year, we are loving the newly added line of cotton napkins. They’re made using the traditional Indonesian batik method of wax and dye, and have been designed to complement contemporary modern living. The range is available in 25 seasonal colours and is ideal for gifts that will fit in any home. (Appropriately, the word umah translates to “home” in the Balinese language.)
Prestige Christmas Gift Fair facts
When: Monday 16 December, 10am-8pm
Where: Grand Ballroom, Conrad Hong Kong, Admiralty
Who: The Fair is free and open to the public
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This article first appeared in the December2019 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.