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Trinkets&Treasures

I have hundreds of precious small little things - trinkets&teasures that I been keeping and keep collecting either from travelling, found shop around or a gift from friends. Everything is so close to my heart, that have sentimental value and story behind it. It makes me feel grounded by having them around me.
MY FAVOURITE TRINKETS& TREASURES:
1) Handmade glass blowing deco vase by Angah, New Zealand 1994
2) Cylinder deer ceramic vase from thrifty shop Kuala Lumpur 2010
3) Ceramic mug, farewell gift from my good friend Mei Eng, 2004
4) Handmade glass blowing deco vase by Angah, New Zealand 1994
5) White floral mug from thrifty shop Kuala Lumpur 2010
6) Small blue ceramic bowl, Tokyo, Japan 2010
7) Propaganda ceramic mug, Bangkok, Thailand 2010
8) Hen shape ceramic milk container, Strait Quay Bazaar Penang 2011 

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