History BC The Ahlat settlement area, which dates back to 900 BC, reflects the Seljuk period stonework and religious belief and lifestyle in the best way. 60 km from the city center, on the shores of Lake Van
There are 14 cupolas, 2 castles, 5 historical cemeteries from the Seljuk period, 1 historical cemetery from the Ottoman period, in the north of Yuvadami Village. There are 4 separate cemeteries, 2 mosques from the Ottoman period, and 1 hammam from the period between 2000 and 1200 BC. In the historical Seljuk cemetery, which was established on an area of ??approximately 200 decares, there are also chamber-style underground tombs, each of which has a monumental structure, with and without witnesses, and Central Asian Turkish tomb types.
The tombs are unique to Ahlat, which is frequently used in the region.
There are tombs of respected people of the period in these cupolas, which are an indication that stonework is at the forefront of the district.
The patterns on the Ahlat Vase are inspired by the stonework and motifs specific to the Ahlat settlement area.
Ahlat Settlement and Tombstones were included in the World Heritage Tentative List by UNESCO in 2000.
Ahlat Vase is produced from handmade opal mink glass and all relief patterns on it are decorated using gold gilding and antiquated paints.
Production is limited to 2,000 pieces.
Diameter : 13 cm
Height : 28 cm
It is 100% handmade.
Product Origin : Turkey
Cleaning Suggestion: Wipe with a dry cloth.