First rumoured LEGO ICONS 2023 set details surface online

The first prices and piece counts for a pair of LEGO ICONS sets rumoured to be on the way in 2023 have surfaced online.

Given the theme formerly known as Creator Expert follows predictable product number sequencing, you’d get no prizes for guessing 10313 and 10314 are reportedly on the slate for 2023. But what’s more interesting are the piece counts and prices allocated to those sets by StoneWars, which has published the first information on next year’s LEGO ICONS line-up.

According to that source, both of these sets will land on shelves in February 2023 for €59.99 and €49.99 apiece, and each with piece counts below 1,000. That suggests they could be brand new additions to the LEGO Botanical Collection, which is the only regular LEGO ICONS subtheme to regularly come in at such accessible price points.

LEGO Creator Expert Botanical Collection 10280 10281 10289 10309 10311 resize

This year’s 10309 Succulents and 10311 Orchid retail for €49.99 each, for instance, while 2021’s 10280 Flower Bouquet and 10281 Bonsai Tree are priced at €59.99 and €49.99 respectively – the same price tags linked with 10313 and 10314, if StoneWars is to be believed.

Of course, there’s always the potential for these models to belong to a brand new LEGO ICONS subtheme, but the fact they’re supposedly releasing in tandem suggests there’ll at least be some synergy between them. Here’s a summary of both LEGO ICONS sets currently rumoured for 2023, along with their respective piece counts, prices and release dates.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
10313 TBC€59.99939February 2023
10314 TBC€49.99812February 2023

While it’s very likely that sets numbered 10313 and 10314 will arrive in 2023, it’s not guaranteed at the minute – and all other details around them are purely rumours at this point, so take them with a grain of salt until officially confirmed by the LEGO Group.

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Chris Wharfe

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2 thoughts on “First rumoured LEGO ICONS 2023 set details surface online

  • 14/09/2022 at 14:35

    lame. give me a 10000 piece sagria familia, or hagia Sophia, maybe Rialto bridge, tower of Pisa, Greece Parthenon

    • 15/09/2022 at 23:36

      There is already a Leaning Tower of Pisa LEGO set and there are various idea submissions on LEGO Ideas for the Greek Parthenon.

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