Seals, which were felt in need with the interaction that started with trade, emerged about 9000 years ago. The first examples were seals made of clay and terracotta, and later on many types of stone were made of simple, valuable or semi-precious materials, as well as metals, bones, etc.
In addition to their intended use, seals, which are documents in terms of pictures and writings depicted on them, contain very important information about the religious beliefs of the civilizations they represent, social and cultural life and the technical level they have reached.
A cylinder seal impression in the old Anatolian style is decorated on the Sealed Vase. The seal contains depictions of gods and elements and animals symbolizing them.
The Sealed Vase is made of hand-made glass, all of the relief patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using gold and antique paint. Alloy metal parts are covered with yellow.
* Gliptik: the word meaning is to empty, scrape, and is used as a term in the seal art.
It is limited to 2,000 pieces.