Pitchers; They are thin-necked, wide-bellied, lidded and handled vessels for pouring liquids such as water and sherbet. In the Ottoman culture, pitchers were used to wash hands and faces, and their different forms were also used to serve liquid beverages such as sherbet in mansions, especially in the palace kitchen.

The geometric and floral motifs of the silver censer dated to the 17th century, located in the Topkapı Palace on the Dynasty İbrik, were interpreted and used as a pattern. The handle of the dynasty kettle is tombak. Handle with traditional tombak production method; It is produced by completely dissolving very finely chopped 24 carat gold in mercury and then rubbing it with a brush on the surface to be filtered and baking and baking at low temperature to allow the mercury to evaporate.

Hanedan İbrik is made of handmade glass, all the relief patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using 24 carat gold gilding and glass paint.

Production is limited to 2,000.


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