The Maison Haviland was inspired by the aesthetics and harmony that characterizes the Land of the Rising Sun, and created a forest of porcelain composed of long silhouetted trees. The piece takes its name from Sugi, the national tree of Japan that is commonly planted around temples.

The manufacturer has accomplished a technical achievement with the creation of the elegant long and thin forms in biscuit porcelain. The five porcelain modules can be decorated with the “Guelder-rose” flower, and can be placed on an exotic wooden base.