March 3, 2024

Dankotuwa Porcelain Tableware in Sri Lanka – A Glimpse into Elegance

Hey there, lovely readers! It’s been a while since I last connected with you all, and I’m thrilled to be back after a month-long break from the blog. December took us to the beautiful landscapes of Sri Lanka for a much-needed family holiday. Amidst the joy of the school break and catching up with parents, we stumbled upon something truly enchanting – Dankotuwa Porcelain tableware. 🙂

Sri Lanka porcelain

Unique designs, elegant patterns, and an overall aesthetic that captured my heart. Dankotuwa Porcelain, one of Sri Lanka’s premier porcelain manufacturers, has mastered the art of creating exquisite tableware that stands out in both design and quality.

Sri Lanka porcelain

During our shopping trips, I couldn’t resist the allure of these porcelain treasures. From sophisticated tea sets to stunning dinnerware, each piece was unique in elegance that was impossible to ignore. Naturally, I had to capture the beauty through a lens, and I’ve included a few snapshots for you to feast your eyes on.

Sri Lanka Dankotuwa porcelain

If you’re a fan of eye-catching, unique designs, Dankotuwa Porcelain is the name to remember. Their craftsmanship reflects a blend of tradition and modern aesthetics, making each piece a work of art.

Sri Lanka Dankotuwa porcelain

Now, you might be wondering why I disappeared for a while. 🙂 Well, after attending the fascinating Space Fest event, we had to pack our luggage to our holidays. Though we came back in a few weeks, life got a bit hectic, and I found myself caught up in the whirlwind of activities. But, I still managed to keep the blog alive with some scheduled informative content such as this post about Kids Friendly Activities in Desaru for those who plan a trip to Desaru for the upcoming Chinese New Year holidays, 🙂

Sri Lanka Dankotuwa porcelain

Speaking of our porcelain discoveries, I’m absolutely convinced that you’ll fall in love with these designs too.

Sri Lanka Dankotuwa porcelain

And let me throw in a little extra charm – have you fallen in love with spoon rests and coasters quite like these?

Sri Lanka Dankotuwa porcelain

Today, I’m not just sharing my porcelain finds; I’m also excited to join the T Tuesday event, marking my official return to the blogosphere. It’s great to reconnect with all of you after this brief break. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the visual feast of Dankotuwa Porcelain – a testament to Sri Lanka’s rich artistry and craftsmanship. Until next time, happy sipping and styling your tables with elegance!

And, let me know which porcelain set caught your eye. Do you like such tableware? Please share as a comment below. 🙂

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Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi is the founder of this blog. She shares her parenting and lifestyle experiences of raising a child in Singapore.

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13 thoughts on “Dankotuwa Porcelain Tableware in Sri Lanka – A Glimpse into Elegance

  1. It’s good to see you back Amila. I think you did discover some beautiful porcelain when you went back to Sri Lanka. May I ask if you bought any or if you just looked and admired? I really like the one with the orange and blue dots. I hope 2024 has started off great for you. hugs-Erika

    1. Hi Erika, I had fantastic time discovering all these designs. Sadly I didn’t buy because it is not easy to bring those to Singapore. But, back at home in Sri Lanka, I have Dankotuwa porcelain sets which I always like to use for our family meals. Orange and blue dots set is a beautiful design too…

  2. I took a 5 month break from blogging! So I am just now getting back, also. It is good to see everyone again. Love all theses pretty tea sets. Happy T day.

  3. Nice to see you back. I will not be chossing any new porcelain etc at my age, I have more than enough to last for the next few years. Hugs, Valerie

  4. I fell in love with that amazing porcelain, especially the roses. They were my favorite. So very glad you introduced me to this brand and the beautiful pieces they make. This is a great way to join us once again for T this Tuesday, dear Amila.

  5. Glad to have you back and it’s great that you had lovely family time over the holidays.
    Yes, the porcelain is beautiful, but really too elegant. People don’t use such things here anymore. The first set you showed, my mother had that exact same set (but from a different manufacturer of course) and I remember it from my childhood. My mum died in September and I had to throw it away as nobody wanted it, as these things don’t sell. It’s nice that where you live people still appreciate beautiful things. It makes a family gathering or a special celebration so much more special when the tableware is nice.
    Happy T-Day,
    Lisca

  6. Taking a break from blogging sometimes is just necessary – I usually take a few blogging breaks throughout the year.
    The porcelain looks very beautiful, however, I’m not very much into fine porcelain. I do like the dishes in the very first picture though.

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