* Use one coffee-spoon full of Turkish coffee per person * Use one coffe-cup full of water per person * Use sugar as per your taste (half a desert spoon per cup recommended)
You start by adding and mixing the coffe, sugar and cold water into a coffe pot. Keep the stove at low until you see foams appear on top of the pot. Pour the foamy part of the coffee into the cup (special Turkish coffe cups recommended - called "fincan"). Then return the pot to the stove and bring the remaining coffee to a boil. Pour the boiling coffee over the cup all the way to the top. Your Turkish coffee is now ready to serve. Afiyet Olsun (Bon Appetite).
This work is part of the Art Collection series of Kütahya Porselen.
Kütahya Porselen has the largest ceramic production output capacity in the world. The elite works which form the Art Collection of Kütahya Porselen are hand made in the special art/design studio of Kütahya Porselen called Art House ("Sanat Evi").
Porcelain works are fired at the following temperatures:
Bisque firing at 1,000 degree C (1,830 degrees F)
Glazing at 1,400 degree C (2,550 degrees F)
Paint over glazing at 1,200 degree C (2,200 degrees F)
Frit firing at 900 degree C (1,650 degrees F)
Gilded (gold or platinum) portions fired at 900 degree C (1,560 degrees F)
The baked works have been decorated with materials including Swarovski crystals, silver, and copper.
Sanat Evi Kataloğu
Sanat Evi kataloğunda yer alan ve Sema Güral Sürmeli imzası ile porselene taşınan bu seçkin ürünler, dünyanın en büyük porselen üretim kapasitesine sahip olan NG Kütahya Porselen Fabrikaları, özel sanat/tasarım atölyesi olan Sanat Evinde üretilmektedir.
Porselen ürünlerin; bisküvi pişirimi (1000°C), sırlı pişirimi (1400°C), sır üstü renklerin pişirimi (1200°C), frit pişirimi (900°C), altın yaldız ve platin dekor pişirimi (850°C) gerçekleştirilmiştir.
Porselenlerin üzerine Swarovski taşlar, gümüş, bakır vb. malzemelerle bezenmiştir.
Formed in 1973 in Kütahya, the ceramic capital of Turkey, Kütahya Porselen is the premier name in high quality ceramic production in Turkey. With more then 1,300 employees and manufacturing plants covering 160,000 m2, Kütahya Porselen is one of the ceramic giants of the world. Tulumba.com selection of Kütahya Porselen items include mostly the Art Gallery series. They represent centuries of Turkish tradition of artwork and greatest quality of workmanship.
All Kütahya Porselen items come in custom velvet gift boxes.
Due to the handcrafted nature of Kütahya Porselen products, they tend to have slight variations on their designs, shades and colors, which attribute to their uniqueness and quality.
How to make Turkish Coffee?
Use one full coffee spoon of Turkish coffee per person
Use one coffee cup full of water per person
Use sugar as per your taste (half a dessert-spoon per cup recommended)
You start by adding and mixing the coffee, sugar and cold water into a coffee pot. Keep the stove at low until you see foam appear on top of the pot. Pour the foamy part of the coffee into the cup (special Turkish coffe cups recommended - called "fincan"). Then return the pot to the stove and bring the remaining coffee to a boil. Pour the boiling coffee over the cup all the way to the top. Your Turkish coffee is now ready to serve. Afiyet Olsun (Bon Appetite).
Electrical Tea Kettle (Samovar)
Turkish Wine & Raki
Must be ordered separate from the rest of your order.
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