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Discover SIRIVANNAVARI MAISON’s ‘Maison des Fleurs’ Collection at ICONCRAFT ICONSIAM June 20 – July 21, 2024

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As the season of blooming flowers arrives, ICONCRAFT beckons those with refined tastes to revel in the art of joyful living with its exquisite “Maison des Fleurs” collection. This latest offering of tableware and home fragrances from SIRIVANNAVARI MAISON, by the illustrious brand SIRIVANNAVARI, will be showcased at its inaugural pop-up store at ICONCRAFT, situated on the 4th floor of ICONSIAM, from June 20 to July 21, 2024.

Debuting in 2010, SIRIVANNAVARI MAISON celebrates the essence of elegant living. ‘Maison,’ the French term for ‘home,’ perfectly encapsulates the owner’s curated aesthetic and hospitality, ready to embrace cherished guests. The term ‘fleur,’ meaning ‘flower,’ beautifully unfolds its petals to nurture our spirits. In 2024, the ‘Maison des Fleurs’ Collection by SIRIVANNAVARI MAISON captures this blossoming essence, flowering into a limited-edition series that promises to enhance any sophisticated setting.

This collection features elegantly crafted ceramic tableware made from Bone China, a material highly regarded for its superior quality. Designed to elevate your dining experience, the collection boasts distinctive hand-drawn designs by the visionary Creative Director, HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya. It includes a trio of dinner plates, a duo of mugs, along with espresso shot cups and teacups. Extending the luxurious touch to home fragrances, the collection also offers scented candles in ceramic jars and exquisite glass aromatic diffusers adorned with tassels, available in four delightful scents that infuse opulence into your space.

The exquisite pottery is mainly composed of kaolin and bone ash, imbuing it with a delicate ivory hue and a lustrous glaze. The tableware is adorned with delightful blue designs, accented with opulent touches of gold. It showcases regal peacocks, delicate Lily of the Valley—symbolizing happiness and a gentle nod to the classics—and noble purple Iris, a representation of hope and a beloved favorite. These pieces bring to life the Princess’s noble vision to promote Thailand’s exceptional craftsmanship, a shared mission with her esteemed grandmother who founded The SUPPORT Foundation (The Foundation for the Promotion of Supplementary Occupations and Related Techniques under the Royal Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit).

Each piece comes encased in a luxurious box, making it an ideal gift for special occasions or for adding a touch of joy to your dining table and home décor. Experience the exquisite beauty of the “Maison des Fleurs” collection, the latest marvel from SIRIVANNAVARI MAISON by SIRIVANNAVARI, with an exclusive launch promotion: for every purchase of 15,000 Baht or more, receive a 1,000 Baht discount (limited offers). This special offer is available only at ICONCRAFT, 4th floor, ICONSIAM, from June 20 to July 21, 2024.


  1. Sarah June 24, 2024

    I absolutely love the idea of this collection! Anything that merges art with daily life gets a thumbs up from me.

    • art_enthuse45 June 24, 2024

      Totally agree! But don’t you think it’s a bit over the top? The prices seem pretty steep.

      • Sarah June 24, 2024

        True, but quality and craftsmanship do come at a price. These are not your everyday Walmart dishes.

      • Mark D. June 24, 2024

        I think you’re both missing the point that it’s also about promoting Thai culture and craftsmanship. It’s more than just a product.

  2. Larry D June 24, 2024

    HRH Princess Sirivannavari’s designs are always so elegant. This collection will be no exception.

    • RealDeal24 June 24, 2024

      Elegant maybe, but is it practical? How many people actually use Bone China on a daily basis?

      • Laura June 24, 2024

        I think for special occasions, not everyday use. It’s like having a fancy set for dinner parties.

      • Larry D June 24, 2024

        Exactly, Laura. It’s about having something special to bring out for memorable moments.

  3. Mike June 24, 2024

    It’s a shame that such beautiful art is so inaccessible to most people.

    • Savvy Shopper June 24, 2024

      That’s why they have promotions, Mike. There’s a discount for purchases above 15,000 Baht.

      • Mike June 24, 2024

        Still, not everyone can afford that even with the discount. Promotions don’t change the fact that it’s expensive.

    • Jenny June 24, 2024

      Agree, Mike. Art shouldn’t only be for the wealthy.

  4. Jim June 24, 2024

    Who’s paying $500 for a set of plates? This seems excessive to me.

  5. Linda H. June 24, 2024

    For those who can afford it, this is an investment in both art and culture. Totally worth it in my opinion.

    • CriticMeNot June 24, 2024

      I bet most people buying this are just doing it to show off their wealth.

      • Linda H. June 24, 2024

        Even if that’s true, it’s still promoting Thai craftsmanship and culture, so something positive comes out of it.

      • SmartShopper61 June 24, 2024

        I think these products attract both genuine art lovers and those who just want the brand name.

  6. foodie2021 June 24, 2024

    The designs sound visually stunning. I’d love to see a real-life demo of the tableware at home.

  7. Jeff T. June 24, 2024

    Bone China for daily use is impractical, but for special occasions, why not?

    • Emma June 24, 2024

      Those special occasions become even more memorable with such elegant pieces.

      • Jeff T. June 24, 2024

        Exactly, Emma! Sometimes, it’s worth spending a bit more for experiences we’ll cherish.

  8. WorldWonder June 24, 2024

    I think I’ll stick to my Ikea set, thanks.

  9. Beth June 24, 2024

    I love how this collection also includes fragrances. Makes it a full sensory experience.

    • Simon June 24, 2024

      A bit too pretentious for my taste. Do we really need scented candles with our dinner plates?

      • Beth June 24, 2024

        It’s about creating an ambiance, Simon. Some people appreciate the little details.

      • Karen June 24, 2024

        I personally enjoy a good scented candle, it adds to the overall experience.

  10. MasterChef74 June 24, 2024

    High-quality Bone China can actually enhance the dining experience. The presentation matters.

  11. Alice June 24, 2024

    I wonder how durable these items are. They look delicate, but looks can deceive.

    • DurableDave June 24, 2024

      Bone China is quite strong despite its delicate appearance. It’s more chip-resistant than regular porcelain.

      • Alice June 24, 2024

        Good to know! That makes the investment seem more reasonable.

  12. Will June 24, 2024

    Supporting local artisans and culture is great, but the price point shuts out a lot of people.

  13. StylishLiving June 24, 2024

    The detailing with gold and blue accents sounds divine. Can’t wait to see it in person!

    • BudgetBuyer June 24, 2024

      Divine or not, it’s still a small mortgage for some plates and candles.

  14. EcoFriendly June 24, 2024

    I hope they are considering environmentally-friendly practices in their production. Luxury should not come at the cost of the planet.

  15. Marie June 24, 2024

    Princess Sirivannavari’s legacy in art and design is undeniably amazing. Each collection gets better and better!

    • NotConvinced09 June 24, 2024

      But is it really her designs or just the work of her team with her name on it?

      • Marie June 24, 2024

        Even if it’s a team effort, the vision is still hers. Creative projects are rarely the work of one person.

  16. Phil June 24, 2024

    It’s great to see Thai artisans getting international attention through high-end collections like this.

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