In the Hittites, two hands were clenched in a fist form to pray and held together at the level of a hundred. The fist form is thought to represent the Hittites’ form of prayer and power.
B.C. The decorations depicted in the fist-shaped vessel, which is thought to be a product of the 14th century, and the clothes of the figures are also seen in the Alacahöyük orthostats.
On the surface of the Hittite Prayer Bowl, the scene taken from the border of the fist-shaped bowl is stylized and decorated, and there are cuneiform letters on the inside.
The Hittite Prayer Bowl is made of hand-made glass and all the patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using 24 carat gold.
Its production is limited to 2,000 pieces.