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This Store Sells Aesthetic Bowls, Spoons, And Ceramic Dishes For Under RM20

Such pretty spoons for just RM2!

Cover image via Tamara Jayne/SAYS & Joni L (Provided to SAYS)

Finding affordable crockery is easy in Malaysia, but it's rare to find beautifully designed ones

This store in Klang Valley sells cutlery and other tableware that are not only pretty but also come at low prices.

Most of the items are between RM1 and RM20.

They have pretty serving and individual bowls for soups and gravy dishes.

There are also plates with unique designs that are great for sprucing up your dining area

You can find ceramic spoons, ladles, and chopstick holders, which cost RM2 to RM5 each

They even have the iconic rooster design bowls that you see at some bak kut teh and chicken rice stalls

Ol' school love.

If you're into cooking and baking, the store sells a variety of dishes and ramekins

Some are as affordable as RM5 to RM7.

Larger serving bowls and dishes are also available for under RM20.

Here are some examples from the store:

Perfect for families or dinner parties with guests.

If your aesthetic is all about keeping it clean and white, they have plain cutlery

Other than that, I spotted a few pretty glass teapots and jugs, as well as spice or condiment jars

So hard to resist buying 'em all!

The store is called Stoneage by Good2u and you can get their items online or at any of their outlets in Klang Valley

These are their locations:
- IPC Shopping Centre, PJ
- Da Men Mall, Subang Jaya
- Empire Shopping Gallery, Subang Jaya
- Utropolis Marketplace, Shah Alam (their biggest outlet)

They also have Good2U stores, which sell a mix of clothing and some tableware.

These are the outlets in Klang Valley:
- Mid Valley Megamall, KL
- Paradigm Mall, PJ

They also have several outlets in Johor:
Toppen Shopping Centre
- The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey
- Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru

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