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Octagonal Petal Dish Set


Octagonal Petal Dish Set


I am a set of Octagonal Dishes. It is a very delicate job to hold precious items for it involves not just the trust of the user but also the touch of a gentle petal. Be rest assured, whether it be plump berries or exquisite diamond rings, your items are safe with us!



Curator's Notes


Porcelain petals converge to form beautifully decorative dishes that adds a bit of artistry to any setting. The refined shapes are perfected to be ideal containers for precious items or a serving dishes during dinner settings.


Octagonal Petal Dish Set was curated by Stevenson Aung





Maker: Jicon


Designer: Masanori Oji






Large Dish

6.5” (w) x 6.5” (l) x 1.25” (h) or 

165mm (w) x 165mm (l) x 32mm (h)


Small Dish

3.75” (w) x 3.75” (l) x 0.75” (h) or 

95mm (w) x 95mm (l) x 19mm (h)


Large Dish

0.75 lbs or 0.34 kg


Small Dish

0.23 lbs or 0.10 kg








  • Made in Japan
  • Set consists of two dishes - Large and Small
  • Debossed Jicon logo on the bottom surface of each plate
  • Chrysanthemum design around the slope of the dish
  • The brand name means "porcelain (JI) in modern times (CON)"
  • Porcelain is created in the house of IMAMURA of the Touetsugama Kiln, founded 350 years ago
  • The Touetsugama Kiln originated in Sasebo City in the Nagasaki prefecture but was redeployed to Arita in the Saga prefecture and succeded by IMAMURA Kenichi XIV
  • The kiln makes porcelain pieces for daily life with its traditional white porcelain techniques using Amakusa Touseki (porcelain stone)
  • Click here for more information on Jicon


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