Lamps; It was used in houses, streets, places of worship and palaces, as well as in mosques before gas lamps. Oil lamps used for lighting are made of different materials such as clay, terracotta, brass and bronze. Nevvar Kandil was inspired by a blue and white oil lamp made in Iznik between 1510 and 1515 in form and pattern. The original oil lamp is exhibited in the Tiled Kiosk Museum today. Nevvar Kandil is made of hand-made white opal glass and all the relief patterns on it are decorated with hand workmanship. * Nevvar: It means bright and bright in Ottoman.
Its production is limited to 2000 pieces.