GIFT IDEAS from Pithe Team: Antiques to Everyday-Stylish
The celebrating season is right here! Starting this week, we’ll have Christmas, New Year, and Chinese New Year cherished all over the world. For those looking for some unique pieces for a gift to your loved ones, our team came with ideas for the one-of-a-kind gift that would not be too mundane. To adore, to wear, and to share.
I always love ethnicity and antique, this one is an embodiment of both. This silver necklace is something I’d like to give to myself. It would be really difficult to reproduce – material wise and skill wise. The carving is very meticulous and the quality of the silver is just over the top! It is a heavy necklace and not for everyone, but I think it is worth the culture carved on it.
The thought of having random miscellaneous items is so appealing to me. That’s why I chose a net holder. The color combo is amazing, its blue is probably taken from one of the characters in Ramayana wayang. While for a fabric hoarder like me, I picked this one from Palembang What can I say? Batik Palembang is Nasi Campur of cultures in just one spread. You have India, Javanese, Chinese, and even Islam influence here. This one is perfect for the vagabond heart in your life!
Digital Visual Creative
Something bold and humble, this cloth from Madura says it all. The drape from the silk material is an elegant touch to the bold motifs. Another gift is Lithograph Honestly, it’s hard to pick one because all of them are so beautiful and to stack so many of them on the wall would be a nice wall installation. Of all repro litographs, this one is my favorite.
Head of Store
I guess this year is a humble year to have a celebration. For an efficient and useful gift, I think candles would be best. It smells really good, it’s calming, and the lights would be great for dinner with family.
Online Sales Team
I’d say a gift doesn’t always have to be something extravagant. Something practical is very possible. This Scarf I pick could instantly lift a look! The beauty of the look and the shine of the silk is love. I’d totally wear it as a shoulder-scarf, neck scarf, or bag scarf – the possibility is beyond.