• Facet Cup Fuchi-Sabi
  • Facet Cup Fuchi-Sabi
  • Facet Cup Fuchi-Sabi

Facet Cup Fuchi-Sabi


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When we traveled to Japan ourselves, we fell in love with these cups from Jicon. After using them alongside our Hasami Porcelain collection, we felt...

When we traveled to Japan ourselves, we fell in love with these cups from Jicon. After using them alongside our Hasami Porcelain collection, we felt we needed to add these series to Misc as well. Where we use our largest Hasami Porcelain mugs for tea, we love this Jicon Facet Cup for our morning cappucino , and the Facet Shot cup for our morning ginger lemon shot from Bains.

Measures D7,8x 7 cm
Weighs 270 grams. 
Features Fuchi-sabi hand painted iron base accent on the rim
Made in Japan in a kiln that has been used for more than 350 years
Comes in beautiful Giftbox

Oji Masanori

Oji Masanori, who designed the Futagami Stationery Trays, was born in 1974 in the Hiroshima Prefecture. After graduating in 1997 and working in an architect office and a graphic design office, he became who he is as of today, a designer. His works expand from designing a variety of Japanese handicraft products, making graphic designs of ongoing works to developing the branding of his product families in an integrated manner. He designs based on the upbringing of a handicraft item with an eye in the destiny of that particular product.

About Jicon

Jicon is a porcelain brand rooted in the history of the Imamura pottery family and the kiln they derive from, Touetsugama kiln founded 350 years ago in the Saga Prefecture. The brand name means "porcelain (JI) in modern times (CON)"

Jicon was created in collaboration with designer Oji Masanori as an offshoot collection of porcelain products for daily life. Today, the succession continues with Hajime Imamura and his wife, Maki Imamura, who continue to craft works using the same materials as their ancestors, including local Amakusa Touseki stone of Arita city.

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