KIG / Fleur-de-Lis Candy Dishes

Last Updated April 6, 2022.

Although this blog focuses on glass manufactured in North-East England I have decided to include a small piece on these KIG Fleur-de-Lis candy dishes. My reasoning for doing so is because I have often noticed them popping up for sale online, being described as Victorian. Quite frequently they are attributed to Greener & Co., possibly because of the intricate lacy design which are reminiscent of early Henry Greener designs. However, these dishes are far more modern in origin.

Details from two Greener & Co. Victorian pressed glass plates

KIG, Kedaung Industrial Group was founded by Mr Agus Nursalim in 1969, with the aim to supply the Indonesian market with glass and tableware. 1 It is still in operation and markets its products worldwide, to 132 countries 2 and has over 10,000 employees. 1

KIG is an unconsolidated federation of more than 30 companies, operating mainly out of Indonesia, 2 but also Malaysia.

13cm diameter candy dish, in Fleur-de-Lis pattern by KIG.
15cm candy dish on silver plated foot, in Fleur-de-Lis pattern by KIG.




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