Troy Vase with Handles


Diameter: 22.5 cm
Height: 30 cm It

is 100% handmade.
Product Origin: Turkey
Cleaning advice : wipe with a dry cloth

Troy, which was a legend at first, was started to be sought by Heinrich Schliemann in the 1870s, based on what was told in the Iliad. UNESCO’s 1998 “World Heritage List” What taken Troy who are excavating the ancient city of German Heinrich Schliemann in 1873 abroad from Turkey missed five thousand years of history with Troy Treasures (Priam’s Treasure), primarily the Berlin Museum ‘ what was donated, taken to Russia as war spoils after the Second World War. While digging, Schliemann reached the treasures by destroying many archaeological layers, and it was later understood how much damage this was archaeologically. This destruction at the excavation site is today called the “Schlieman” cleft.
As a result of special efforts and studies, some artifacts were returned to their lands, while other works are exhibited in the Russian Hermitage Museum and the Pushkin Museum, the USA Pennsylvania Museum, Germany Schmuckmuseum Pforzeim, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the British Museum. Between the years 1871-1890 was kidnapped from Troy destroyed by illegal excavations Treasures of Troy’s efforts to return to Turkey is still continuing.
The Troya Vase with Handles takes its form from the handled mugs (depas *) unique to Troy and the vase is decorated with relief patterns representing gold jewelery from Troy treasures.
The Troya Vase with Handle is hand made from dark blue and black powdered glass, and all the relief patterns on it are decorated using gold and antique paints.
* Depas; A bowl with double handles, also known as “depas amphikypellon”, known as Western Anatolian origin.

Production is limited to 2,000

Weight 3 kg


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