Tuesday, April 12, 2016

British Museum at the Singapore National

We live a 5-minute walk from the National Museum of Singapore - but apart from popping over to the gift store for unique presents we'd never actually ventured in to see any of the exhibits. We finally took the 'long' walk on Sunday to check out items on loan temporarily from the British Museum. 

African neck/chest piece

Egyptian jars containing remains of the deceased
The British Museum, while steeped in scandals surrounding its acquisitions of artifacts, still remains my favourite (the Met a close second).  

QE1 medallion
Loosely arranged geographically, the exhibit naturally only showcased a teeny tiny fraction of the collection housed at the British Museum. I took these photos to remember some of the more interesting pieces. 
5-headed statue from Java
Carved wooden oar from the Pacific Islands

Skull-holder from the Pacific Islands
Mayan carving
Fertility statue from Asia


Anthropologie Split-Tone Tank and Kanara pencil skirt
Mansur Gavriel tote bag - my all-too-perfect nappy bag (along with this heart-print Skiphop kit)
Charlotte Stone Sophie sandals (I have this similar pair too)
Harper and Hudson necklace (of the teething kind but you couldn't tell!)

It has taken me a few months to get excited about my wardrobe again - you know, more than just chucking on a plain nursing tank and bottom and calling it a day. Let's just say there was an exclamation of 'hallelujah' when I discovered this Bordeaux top from Anthro is baby-friendly. Luckily I had the foresight in getting it in two colours, ha!

'Till next time!