Its design is inspired by the brass jug of the Seljuk …
Human heads on its elegant neck and Kufi scripts that decorate your table saying “Bon appetit”.
In Turkish society, wanting bon appetit is an ancient tradition, a wish identical to the taste, well-being and abundance of the table. With the inscriptions on it, pots, sinis and similar utensils wishing health and well-being have been objects used in Turkish tables throughout history. It was designed inspired by the brass jug of the late 12th century, which is in the Collection of the Istanbul Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum. “Bon Appetit” is written on the neck of the hand made black glass jug in a human headed writing style. The human headed writing style is the one seen only in the Seljuk period metal works.
The Afiyetlı Jug is made of hand-made black glass, and all the relief patterns on it are handcrafted using 24 carat gold gilding.
Its production is limited to 2000 pieces.