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Altin Yaldizli Kucuk Boy Nazar Boncugu ( Pyrex - 2")

Local    
$3.99
Stokta yok

Terlik Anahtarlik

Local    
$2.99
Stokta yok

Renkli Nazar Boncugu Bilezik (925K Gumus - L7.5")

Local    
$10.00
Stokta yok

Plastik Okey Takimi

Sampiyon    
$34.99
Okey (pronounced "okay") is a tile-based game, very popular in Turkey. It is almost always played with 4 players, though in principle can be played with two or three. It is very similar to the game Rummikub as it is played with the same set of boards and tiles but with different rules. The game apparently evolved from the original Rummikub through cultural contacts of Gastarbeiter in Germany.[citation needed] In Turkey and among Turkish communities abroad, it is very popular not only at homes but also at coffeehouses (visited mostly by men).

Kilim Desenli Canta (Motif Degisebilir)

Local    
$9.00
Stokta yok

Kilim Motifli Heybe

Local    
$9.00
Stokta yok

Sedef Kakmali Mucevher Kutusu ( Elyapimi - 30cm x 17cm x 12m)

Asena Collection     4lb.
$299.95
Our hand made mother-of-pearl objects, such as boxes, represent a panicle in the art. They are crafted of fine, small pieces of genuine mother-of-pearl into tight-fitting patters with smooth, polished surfaces. Compare to many other mother-of-pearl boxes made from larger pieces, sometimes made of plastic, with rough surfaces and the difference will be obvious. There were three different methods used in the art of mother-of-pearl decoration; burying (gomme), plating (kaplama), gluing (macunlama). In the first two methods, single pieces of mother-of-parl, ivory or tortoise shell would be cut out according to the shapes and the sizes of the patterns already marked on the wood. The pieces would then be inlaid in the wood and glued with a paste of either blood or hot bone glue. With the third technique known as macunlama, gluing is used to salvage the left over pieces which are to small to use elsewhere. These small pieces are aranged in geometric patterns, and the spaces in betwen are filed wuth sawdust, bone powder and hot glue. After the ornament dries, it is buffed and polished.

Derili Hali Motifli Heybe (L5" x W7")

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$18.00
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Motifler degisken olabilir.

Tesbih (Oranj Plastik Boncuk)

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$4.99
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Kehribar Rengi, 33 tasli 7mm lik tesbih.

Tesbih (Sari Plastik Boncuk)

Local    
$4.99
Stokta yok
Kehribar Rengi, 33 tasli 7mm lik tesbih.

Tesbih (Kemik Rengi Boncuk)

Local    
$3.99
Stokta yok
Kehribar Rengi, 17 tasli 10mm lik tesbih.

Firuze Tesbih

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$22.99
Stokta yok
5mm, 33'luk Firuze Tesbih

Turk Bayragi (100 x 150cm)

Vatan Bayrak    
$24.99
t is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled... Have you ever wondered how different countries came up with colours and designs of their national flag? Whether the colours have any real significance or meaning to the Nation's people? Well, certainly the Turkish flag tells a story... The Turkish Flag which incidentally you see everywhere came into being during the Turkish Independence war. It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled. During this war it certainly was. After a day of intense hand to hand fighting, the sun set on a landscape of devastation. As the Turkish soldiers searched among the bodies for their comrades, they came across a scene that was to mark them and the history of Turkey forever. A group of Turkish soldiers had fallen in battle and lay dead around a pool of water - their blood ran into the still waters. Above, the night sky was clear and a new moon had risen above the barren landscape. Like a watchful brother, the North Star shone brightly next to the moon and these two - an image of hope - were reflected on the pool of blood... and people say that this was the day the Turkish flag came into being. The Turkish people are very proud of their flag and Turkish law (like most countries of the world) deals very severely with the offense of destroying or defacing the Nation's flag.

Turk Bayragi (150 x 225cm)

Vatan Bayrak    
$34.99
It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled... Have you ever wondered how different countries came up with colours and designs of their national flag? Whether the colours have any real significance or meaning to the Nation's people? Well, certainly the Turkish flag tells a story... The Turkish Flag which incidentally you see everywhere came into being during the Turkish Independence war. It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled. During this war it certainly was. After a day of intense hand to hand fighting, the sun set on a landscape of devastation. As the Turkish soldiers searched among the bodies for their comrades, they came across a scene that was to mark them and the history of Turkey forever. A group of Turkish soldiers had fallen in battle and lay dead around a pool of water - their blood ran into the still waters. Above, the night sky was clear and a new moon had risen above the barren landscape. Like a watchful brother, the North Star shone brightly next to the moon and these two - an image of hope - were reflected on the pool of blood... and people say that this was the day the Turkish flag came into being. The Turkish people are very proud of their flag and Turkish law (like most countries of the world) deals very severely with the offense of destroying or defacing the Nation's flag.

Turk Bayragi (70 x 105cm)

Kivanc Bayrak    
$12.99
It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled... Have you ever wondered how different countries came up with colours and designs of their national flag? Whether the colours have any real significance or meaning to the Nation's people? Well, certainly the Turkish flag tells a story... The Turkish Flag which incidentally you see everywhere came into being during the Turkish Independence war. It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled. During this war it certainly was. After a day of intense hand to hand fighting, the sun set on a landscape of devastation. As the Turkish soldiers searched among the bodies for their comrades, they came across a scene that was to mark them and the history of Turkey forever. A group of Turkish soldiers had fallen in battle and lay dead around a pool of water - their blood ran into the still waters. Above, the night sky was clear and a new moon had risen above the barren landscape. Like a watchful brother, the North Star shone brightly next to the moon and these two - an image of hope - were reflected on the pool of blood... and people say that this was the day the Turkish flag came into being. The Turkish people are very proud of their flag and Turkish law (like most countries of the world) deals very severely with the offense of destroying or defacing the Nation's flag.

Turk Bayragi (60 x 90cm)

Vatan Bayrak    
$14.99
It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled... Have you ever wondered how different countries came up with colours and designs of their national flag? Whether the colours have any real significance or meaning to the Nation's people? Well, certainly the Turkish flag tells a story... The Turkish Flag which incidentally you see everywhere came into being during the Turkish Independence war. It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled. During this war it certainly was. After a day of intense hand to hand fighting, the sun set on a landscape of devastation. As the Turkish soldiers searched among the bodies for their comrades, they came across a scene that was to mark them and the history of Turkey forever. A group of Turkish soldiers had fallen in battle and lay dead around a pool of water - their blood ran into the still waters. Above, the night sky was clear and a new moon had risen above the barren landscape. Like a watchful brother, the North Star shone brightly next to the moon and these two - an image of hope - were reflected on the pool of blood... and people say that this was the day the Turkish flag came into being. The Turkish people are very proud of their flag and Turkish law (like most countries of the world) deals very severely with the offense of destroying or defacing the Nation's flag.

Turk Bayragi (50 x 75cm)

Kivanc Bayrak    
$9.99
It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled... Have you ever wondered how different countries came up with colours and designs of their national flag? Whether the colours have any real significance or meaning to the Nation's people? Well, certainly the Turkish flag tells a story... The Turkish Flag which incidentally you see everywhere came into being during the Turkish Independence war. It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled. During this war it certainly was. After a day of intense hand to hand fighting, the sun set on a landscape of devastation. As the Turkish soldiers searched among the bodies for their comrades, they came across a scene that was to mark them and the history of Turkey forever. A group of Turkish soldiers had fallen in battle and lay dead around a pool of water - their blood ran into the still waters. Above, the night sky was clear and a new moon had risen above the barren landscape. Like a watchful brother, the North Star shone brightly next to the moon and these two - an image of hope - were reflected on the pool of blood... and people say that this was the day the Turkish flag came into being. The Turkish people are very proud of their flag and Turkish law (like most countries of the world) deals very severely with the offense of destroying or defacing the Nation's flag.

Turk Bayragi (20 x 30cm)

Vatan Bayrak    
$4.99
Stokta yok
t is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled... Have you ever wondered how different countries came up with colours and designs of their national flag? Whether the colours have any real significance or meaning to the Nation's people? Well, certainly the Turkish flag tells a story... The Turkish Flag which incidentally you see everywhere came into being during the Turkish Independence war. It is said that red cannot be used in the colour of a flag unless the Nation's blood has been spilled. During this war it certainly was. After a day of intense hand to hand fighting, the sun set on a landscape of devastation. As the Turkish soldiers searched among the bodies for their comrades, they came across a scene that was to mark them and the history of Turkey forever. A group of Turkish soldiers had fallen in battle and lay dead around a pool of water - their blood ran into the still waters. Above, the night sky was clear and a new moon had risen above the barren landscape. Like a watchful brother, the North Star shone brightly next to the moon and these two - an image of hope - were reflected on the pool of blood... and people say that this was the day the Turkish flag came into being. The Turkish people are very proud of their flag and Turkish law (like most countries of the world) deals very severely with the offense of destroying or defacing the Nation's flag.

Ataturk Portreli Duvar Halisi (50cm x 82cm)

Mutlu Hali    
$75.00
Construction: Seven Hundred Thousand Point Fiber Type: Olefin Edge Finish: No Fringe / Black