The handmade blue ceramic bottle is certified lead and cadmium free – hence useable for storing food ware. It contains approximately 0,8 liter and is 30 cm in height. Circumference is 27 cm, and it weighs app. 740 gr. The bottom is signed by the artist.
The Hattusa bottle is decorated with blue and turquoise motifs and flowers on a white backdrop. The artistic design is completed with a hand painted ceramic / cork lid that underlines the feel of originality and style. Throughout the Turkish history the blue color tones have been highly valued in both tiles, mosaics and ceramic art – primarily based on a spiritual mindset, believing that the blue color protects you from bad or evil energy.
The bottle is handmade in Kütahya, an area of Turkey well known for their techniques, traditions and designs in ceramic art and craftmanship. Where the renowned Iznik workshops were closely connected to the royal court, the artisans in Kütahya mainly produced elegant and sophisticated household ceramics to the higher middle classes. Throughout the last centuries, Kütahya has developed into a major ceramic area, famous for their outstanding quality and breathtaking designs and handicraft. At Malukka, we have chosen to present handmade ceramics from Kütahya, carefully selected with a special focus on an inspiring and aesthetic design, a meticulous handiwork and good quality.
The Hattusa bottle has a sharp and elegant design, making it as easy to use for decoration as for storing your favorite salad oils in the kitchen. A delightful original piece of handicraft with a trendy touch of cultural history and tradition.
The handmade blue ceramic bottle is a unique piece of pottery and should be preserved with attention and care. The Hattusa bottle is dishwasher safe.
If you like the colorful inspiring design – have a look at our beautiful and functional spoon holders – in a multitude of colors and motifs.
As the ceramics are handmade by small and self-employed artisans, the delivery time may vary, and in some cases, take longer than the estimated 23 working days – due to the nature of handicrafts or circumstances at the individual artisan’s workshop. In this case you will, of course, be contacted by us. For further information please read “about us” and Terms and Conditions.