Seljuk Candy Pot
- This candy pot is inspired by the designs of the Seljuk period.
- Technique: Casting slurry with semi-matte glaze.
- Cooked at a temperature of 1120 degrees.
- Celsius Paint and glaze of minerals.
- Hand washable.
- Geometric motifs and motifs of deer animal design.
- Artists: Darya Alisha, Shirin Alisha and Ali Alisha
- Size: H. 9 cm, D. 11 cm
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The “Seljuk Candy Pot” refers to a type of pot or container that was likely used in the Seljuk Empire, which existed in the 11th to 13th centuries in the Middle East. The Seljuk Empire was known for its artistic achievements, including ceramics and metalwork. It is possible that the Seljuk candy pot was used for storing and serving sweets or candies. However, without further information, it is difficult to determine the exact design or material of the pot, as well as its specific purpose or use during the Seljuk Empire.