Ziyade Soup Bowl


Diameter: 22 cm
Height: 18 cm It

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

When it comes to Ottoman cuisine, food art, food culture, table richness, food diversity come to mind. From the time of Fatih, when Topkapı Palace was built, meals were cooked in the kitchens called Matbah-ı Amire. There were units such as Has Mutfak, Ağalar Cuisine, Divan Cuisine, Helvahane, Pantry, and Kalayhane affiliated to Matbah-ı Amire. Various tools were used in the Ottoman Empire according to the palace food and beverage culture.
Soup in Ottoman cuisine has a very important place in the nutrition of the people and the palace. As of the 15th century, more than forty types of soups were made in the palace kitchen. Sometimes meat was added to the soup made with grains and legumes and the meals were spent with the thick soups prepared in this way. The soup gained a symbolic value for the army, all expenses of which were covered by the Ottoman Empire. The fact that the Janissaries did not drink the soup and raised the pot was a sign of rebellion. It was also a great embarrassment for the Janissaries to lose the soup cauldron to the enemy on the battlefield.
The patterns on the Ziyade Soup Bowl are inspired by a bakcach found in the Museum of Islamic Art.
Ziyade Soup Bowl is made of handmade glass and all the relief patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using 24 carat platinum.

Its production is limited to 2,000 pieces.

Weight 3 kg


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