SALBEK

Aesthetically, Turkish ornamentation art is highly developed and improved by palace muralists between 15th and 16th centuries during the Ottoman period. Especially the motifs such as “Salbek” and “Semse” were mainly used on bookbinding, handwritten books, picture of domes and walls by palace muralists and bookbinders.

 

The sun shaped motif applied on covers of old books is called “Semse” and small oval shaped figures on the tip of “Semse” are called “Salbek”.

 

 “Salbek” patterns have been ornamented to the dome; by the entrance door of the Sultan Murat III. Mansion (16th century) which is located within the Harem section of Topkapi Palace.

 

Salbek was designed by inspiration of the “Salbek” ornaments used at the dome of Sultan Murat III. Mansion.

 

Using a glaze technique on handmade glassware decorated with 24 carat gold, presented with the workmanship and mastery of Decorium.

  • Kod

    ARS 395

    Yükseklik

    4cm

    Çap

    38cm
    indir
    Plate
  • Kod

    ARS 200

    Yükseklik

    25,5cm

    Çap

    12,5cm
    indir
    Candle Holder
  • Kod

    ARS 18AB

    Yükseklik

    21,5cm

    Çap

    17cm
    indir
    Candy Bowl
  • Kod

    ARS 307

    Yükseklik

    12,5cm

    Çap

    7,5cm
    indir
    Ashtray
  • Kod

    ARS 442

    Yükseklik

    12,5cm

    Çap

    22cm
    indir
    Bowl
  • Kod

    ARS 22

    Yükseklik

    31cm

    Çap

    17cm
    indir
    Vase