The use of various colors in Islamic glass enabled different subjects and human figures to be portrayed, and people from the public doing various works are depicted. Turna Glass is inspired by the antique glass cup, dated between 1250 and 1275. On the handmade glass cup, two human figures are depicted, one on their knees and the other standing on the sky, pointing to cranes in the sky. Turna Bardak got its name from these cranes, which are considered to be the symbol of life.
Its production is limited to 1000 pieces.