The bronze form on the top represents the word cesme, derived from the persian root cesm, meaning eye, translates as water fountain. During the selim iii period, glass workshops were founded near beykoz by the craftsmen educated in venice, mastering glassworks. As time goes by "beykoz glass" evolved and became the most dearest art in ottoman empire. Beykoz collection is specially made for you by our skillful craftsmen. Silver collection: wipe this product by using a polishing cloth meant for silver.
Copper collection: avoid contact between non-tinted parts, and food and water avoid leaving the product in humid environments. Wipe with a dry cloth. Gold plated products: this product is plated with 24-carat gold and should be cleaned with a damp cloth avoid direct contact with food or water. This item is made of glass.