I am a Jicon dinner plate. I’m so glad I’m up for grabs again! When I was at your grandmother’s, I was stuck behind a glass display case. I mean, I know I’m extremely good looking, but life is just better lived carrying gourmet pasta’s and juicy steaks on my surface.
Meals can taste significantly better when served on the right dinnerware. Often, white surfaces can be the perfect backdrop to highlight a delicious meal. We love the Jicon porcelain dinnerware pieces for this exact reason. Beautifully crafted, distinct yet subtle, but most importantly, never distracting. We're also crazy about the antique rim.
Porcelain Dinner Plate was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Designer: Masanori Oji
Dimensions: 10” (w) x 10” (l) x 1” (h) or 254mm (w) x 254mm (l) x 25mm (h)
Weight: 1.65 lbs or 0.75 kg
Made in Japan
Debossed Jicon logo on the bottom surface
Antique (Fuchi-Sabi) accent on the rim
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)