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I been using corelle all these years, what i like about them is that they can be purchased easily if you need replacement and i don have to worry about not getting the same design as my old ones.

 

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Got it at Millenia Walk Parco, the first floor. The shop besides Nanyang Coffee but we got the last 2 sets already.

They have loose items on sale that is pretty cheap too.

And lotsa other household things.

 

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there is one on EUNOS avenue 4 towards singpost.

that one i cant remember the name or d shop name. they r supplier to coffee shops, restaurants & hotels.

quite cheap.

also, SIA HUAT on temple street also got alot of things.

I believe you are referring to Kedaung Tabletop. They are now at 512 Chai Chee Lane 05-01. Indonesia made porcelain, glassware and flatware. They supply coffee mugs to coffee shops.

 

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Hi mishmish,

Try the weekend market chatuchap. They do sell these stuffs there. Nice design n price ok depend on your bargaining skill.

Edited by woodywood
 

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I use Corelle. They last, are microwavable and are easy to wash.

I get the plain white ones which match with anything, usually during Tangs or Robinsons sales.

Only when I want a few pieces of other colours, I get from Ikea.

Luminarc is a good substitute for Corelle too, and cheaper as well.

Tott has nice and wide collection of crockery too.

I've seen some same designs at Robinsons but are prices are lower at Tott (unless Robinsons is having sale, then the prices are not much different).

 

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I highly recommend Corelle. They are chip-resistant, lightweight and microwave-safe. Very durable and made in USA. Some of them on Amazon qualify for free shipping to S'pore when you purchase $125 or more of eligible items. Superb value. Better than any sale in S'pore. :thumbs up:

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