The Queen of Carchemish The pattern on the vase, BC. It is taken from the stone relief of Goddess Kubaba, dated to the 9th century and found in Carchemish. On the stone relief, the Goddess Kubaba is depicted standing and holding a pomegranate, a symbol of fertility. Kubaba, BC. At the beginning of the 1st millennium BC, he was the chief goddess of the city of Carchemish and as Carchemish gained political power, he became prominent in the late Hittite cult as the “Queen of Carchemish.” The stone relief is exhibited today at the Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations.
The Kargamış Queen Vase is made of hand made beige opal glass, and all the relief patterns on it are decorated using handcrafted antique paint. Handmade beige opal glass vase with antique decor and flower of life motif.
Production of Kargamış Queen Vase is limited to 2000 pieces.