Pots with lids, which are small in depth, copper, brass, and ceramic examples, which are brought to the table by heating the food, have gained an important place among these kitchen tools.
On the Sahip Field, the patterns taken from the Sahip Ata Complex, which was built in Konya in the 8th century during the Seljuk period, were stylized and used. The Sahib Ata Mosque was named after the last Seljuk vizier, Sahip Ata Fahreddin Ali, who made many donations to Anatolian Seljuk works.
Owner Sahan is made of handmade glass and all the patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using 24 carat gold gilding.
Production is limited to 2,000 pieces.