Glass making is a valuable and valuable profession in Turkey. In addition, this profession dates back hundreds of years and is thought to have reached its peak in the 16th century by most historians. The glassware of this period, including flower vases, carafes, glasses, sugar bowls, flasks and more, display incredible refinement and are examples of the highly developed aesthetic sensibilities of the artisans of the period. Historical records draw attention for the first time to the colored glass-toned oil lamps, which will be the forerunners of the Turkish oil lamps we know today.
Turkish glass lampshade has spent several centuries refining and reworking and expanding and detailing its aesthetic breadth. By the end of the 19th century it had attained an extraordinary level of grace and refinement.