Eros Mosaic on Hippokampos *, MS. It is a floor mosaic that is thought to belong to the first half of the 3rd century and was unearthed in Adana Yumurtalık excavations. In the center of the panel, which is located in the center of the mosaic and surrounded by a large frame belt, there are four different figures that constitute the mythological subject. On two hippocampos, Eros figures holding fish are depicted in different ages and sizes. They have fishing lines and fish that they catch on the ends of the fishing line as objects. It is thought that the red mullet, which is yellow at the ends of the fishing rods, is the sea bass and the free-standing lagoose fish (Mediterranean sea bass). A funnel-shaped shell draws attention on the panel.
This mosaic is important in that it is the only example of Eros on Hypocampus.
Eros Vase is made of hand-made caramel glass and all the relief patterns on it are covered with 24 carat gold gilding with hand workmanship, and each of the mosaic pieces is painted individually with a special glass paint.
* The hippocampus is a sea creature, with or without wings, consisting of half a horse and half a fish. It serves Poseidon along with other sea creatures.
Its production is limited to 1,000 pieces.