The production of Çeşm-i Bülbül emerged during the work in Beykoz glass workshops during the reign of Sultan Selim III (1789-1807), by adding colored crystal rods to the crystal mass in a certain order and twisting it with a special skill. Çeşm-i Bülbül is called “Nightingale Eye” because the pattern of glasses produced with this technique is likened to the nightingale eye.
Paşabahçe Mağazaları A.Ş. Çeşm-i Bülbül amulets created by combining these two traditional productions; It is produced by pouring different colored crystal glasses on top of each other.
None of the Çeşm-i Bülbül amulets produced by a production method called free shape, which requires a team of four to work in harmony at the same time, is not the same.