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Handmade pottery in the eastern countries had its source of origin and the path of development for centuries. The historical events, national peculiarities of the population, climatic and geographical factors had a significant impact on its formation. Home décor handicraft items technology developed simultaneously in all parts of the world, but in different ways, and depended on the circumstances. In the East, this led to the appearance of lustration technology – the coating of a ceramic product with the finest overglaze films of metal oxides, which made it look like a precious vessel.

Handmade pottery

Today ancient patterns of handmade pottery made of ceramics, porcelain, copper or clay are exhibited in museums of the world and are considered to be real works of art. However, ceramics is used in everyday life as well, and it is one of the simplest and most effective element of creating a special atmosphere in your home: you will not notice how cute handcrafted pottery will turn every breakfast, lunch or dinner into a real family ritual. Most of the Islamic ceramic production was borrowed from China, either as a result of wars, or through trade, carried out along the Silk Road. The best of the early Islamic pottery products were painted brown, green, yellow and pink under a layer of transparent glaze. The pattern was basically geometric, with closed belts or areas of hatching or engraving. Another type of ornament are stylized palm leaves, animals and occasionally human figures. Pay attention to the catalog of our handmade pottery and you are sure to find the best ceramics for yourself or as a present to your relatives, because comfort and happiness always lie in the most ordinary trifles.

Turkish ceramic

Turkish ceramics traditionally is an excellent souvenir, but at the same time it is used in everyday life. Products from Turkish semi-faience, whether it's turkish ceramic plates, a jug, a plate or a vase are incredibly beautiful and they are hard to compare with anything else. Amazing drawings and bright juicy colors, the artist's filigree work causes feelings of admiration and a magnetic desire to acquire turkish ceramics as a souvenir. The most favorite color for masters is blue, lilac, red and green. Color in turkish ceramics is an important part, for example, red means wealth, blue is synonymous with nobility and green is closely intertwined with the ideology of Islam. Not far from Istanbul there is a small quiet town called Iznik producing Iznik ceramic products and tiles of unusually beauty for centuries. Handmade elegant vases and dishes, jugs, bowls can be found in many museums and private interiors of connoisseurs of beauty. In our shop you can also find some of the samples of turkish ceramic plates.

Uzbek ceramics

Uzbekistan ceramics are famous to the whole world for more than a thousand years. It was admired by lords and kings of many ancient countries and up to this day handmade ceramics of Uzbek masters continue to admire with their quality and unheard-of glory. Amazing Uzbek ceramics is an ornament for any table. Its main difference is in the combination of high quality, the use of handmade work and traditional drawings. Plates and cups, teapots and bowls, decorated with famous “cotton flowers” carry a deep meaning. Colors are not chosen by chance, because the prevalence of the blue scale bears calmness and pacification. Uzbek ceramics carries a huge charge of warmth and home comfort. A wide range of national Uzbek ceramics in our online shop will allow anyone to choose a product from a catalog which includes decorative plates, rishtan ceramics, bowls, plates for plov, and other ceramic products that will become an exclusive decoration of the festal table and create a unique atmosphere of oriental luxury in the house.