Hammam

Peshkir - Air (Creativity)

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs have been embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR: 
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace.

Peshkir - Cocklebur (Nazar)

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peşkirs are embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PEŞKİR:

This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace.

Peshkir - Cybele (Life Giving)

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs are embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly.
Lightweight and takes up little space.
Kind to your skin.
Ideal for babies.
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR: This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace.

Peshkir - Earth (Order)

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs have been embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR: 
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace.

Peshkir - Fire (Energy)

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs are embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly.
Lightweight and takes up little space.
Kind to your skin.
Ideal for babies.
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR:
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace.

Peshkir - Hand of Fatima...

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs are embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly.
Lightweight and takes up little space.
Kind to your skin.
Ideal for babies.
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR:

This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace. 

Peshkir - Hands on Waist...

TRY60.00

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs are embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR: 
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace.