The most used tool for enlightenment in the early periods are the oil lamps that we frequently encounter as a result of excavations and researches. In ancient times, when enlightenment was very valuable, oil lamps were used by burning the suppository placed with vegetable or animal oil and could be carried easily. In ancient, Roman and Eastern Roman (Byzantine) periods, the lamps, which were accepted as the light of God, offered as sacred objects, were presented to temples as sacred objects, hunting scenes, tree of life, mythological scenes, nature, sections from daily life and geometric motifs are frequently encountered. and some wishes were written on the upper parts.
The designs on the Geyikli Kandil feature a hunting scene and period plant motifs.
Today, the lamps belonging to the Early Roman Period, brought from our country, are exhibited in many museums in Russia, Europe and America.
Antique Kandil is made of hand made granulated glass and all the relief patterns on it are decorated using gold and antique paints.
Production is limited to 2000