Paşabahçe Hand Made Seljuk Glass Havan
The ornaments of the symbolic meaning stylized in Great Seljuk and Anatolian Seljuks were frequently used on coins. The "Sun and the Lion" in the cries of Anatolian Seljuk ruler Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev took place as a sacred duo. This composition is also the symbol of the cosmological belief system which shows the relationship between the horoscope and the planet according to the old Turkish belief. The lion replaced the charm of the ruler with charms and amulets that protected the symbols, the ruler and the ruler from all kinds of evil.
Talking Paralar Selçuklu Cam Havan, located in the "Sikkeler Collection", was produced in an octagonal form inspired by the 11th and 13th century mortars commonly used by the Seljuks to beat spices and medicine. Seljuk geometric motifs were used as patterns on them. Anatolian Seljuk Sultan II. One of the prints of Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev in Konya was adapted as a pattern on two gold coins of the silver coin mortar. There are lions and sun motifs on the front side of the sikk, and writing on the back side. Sikkelerde, II. In addition to the names and titles of Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev, the name of Abbasi Halifesi Mustansir was also written. At the edge of the mouth and at the base of the air, the writings written in the coins are re-interpreted with the Seljuk writing style.
Seljuk Glass Mortar is produced in octagonal shape from hand made glass, all relief designs on the work are decorated with handwork and 24 carat gold gilding.
Production of Selçuklu Cam Havan is limited to 2000 pieces.