Pitchers; They are thin-necked, wide-bellied, lidded and handled vessels for pouring liquids such as water and sherbet. Although the word ubrique is thought to come from the Arabic root Berk “to shine”, it is generally accepted that the Persian Abriz is the Arabicized form of the word “water shed”. The first examples of the pitcher BC. It is found from 3000 onwards. Among these vessels, mostly made of terracotta and bronze, there are also those made of gold and silver material.
In the Ottoman culture, pitchers were used to wash hands and faces, and their different forms were also used to serve liquid drinks such as sherbet in mansions, especially in the palace kitchen.
The patterns on the Saraylı İbrik were created using rumi and floral motifs.
Saraylı İbrik is made of handmade glass and all the relief patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using 24 carat gold and antique paints.
Production is limited to 2,000.