Miletus (Miletus), about BC. Established in 2000, it was an important ancient port city located in the west of Anatolia, in the Aegean region, close to the mouth of the Büyük Menderes River, which was a motif to many works in ancient times. This city, which became very rich as a result of the exchange of goods between Europe, North Africa, Aegean Islands, Cyprus and Asia during the Antiquity, has become very strong in military thanks to its powerful navy. Depending on this abundance and welfare environment, philosophy developed along with science, and the most important philosophers of the period such as Thales and Pythagoras were fed from this city. Milet Test (Clover Mouth Oenokhoe *), BC. It was inspired by a terracotta jug dated 630. There are griffons, goats, gazelles and waterfowl on it, and lotus and lotus buds on the bottom border. Clover-mouthed oenokhoeler similar to Miletus Test; It is exhibited in many foreign museums such as Germany Glyptothek Museum, Paris Louvre Museum, USA Getty Museum. Milet Test is made of hand-made glass and all relief patterns on it are decorated using gold and aged paints. * Oenokhoe, (oinokhoe) is a single-handled ceramic bowl with clover or flat rim used in the transportation of liquid substances in Ancient Greece. It has many different forms. Production quantity is limited to 2,000.
Diameter: 19 cm
Height: 31.5 cm
It is 100% handmade.
Cleaning Recommendation: Wipe with a dry cloth.