Serving plate Mai 26.6 cm 6 pcs.

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THE HISTORY OF THE MAI SERIES AND THE FOOD CULTURE OF THE PERIOD Turkish cuisine is a very special cuisine that has been influenced by different cultures throughout history and mixes these influences with its own culture. Although the Ottoman palace dishes are mostly visualized when we say "Turkish cuisine", the main basis of Ottoman cuisine is the Seljuk culture. Since the Ottoman Empire had an understanding of keeping the cultural heritage of these countries alive with the lands it conquered, it also inherited the legacy of the largest state in the Anatolian lands of the period, namely the Seljuks. Turkish culinary culture continued to live on in the Ottoman Empire. As Ömür Akkor expresses, “Turkish cuisine is actually a culture in itself. From Central Asia to the Balkans, Turkish cuisine has been influential wherever Turks passed. Turkish cuisine is not just food, it is a culture. ” Always working to add variety and character to its product groups, Karaca has created the new Mai range, this time with Turkish traditions and culinary heritage. It reunited 1000 years of Turkish culture and culinary traditions with a modern interpretation.


According to the Greek Hermes, it is the source of youth and beauty,
the hope at the end of the road for the famous merchants of the Silk Road, and
the representation of immense for those who adopt the Buddha's teachings in India . Throughout history, the lotus flower has fascinated those who see it with its beauty.
symbolized eternity and abundance in the Turkish community that migrated to Anatolia .
This special plant, as have significance in any culture , has been
a motif that adorns tables and architectural works for 1000 years since the Anatolian Seljuk culture .


The Karaca Mai Series, like the unique patterns on it, is a special series with the way it is produced.
Mai Series is not produced as the usual porcelain production obtained by baking the dough at a high temperature , but with the special underglaze used in the world and the multicolored printing technique specific to this series .
In this technique, the patterns are baked after being printed on the dough, and after

that a special substance has been applied that gives it a shine the surface , it is produced by baking again. This results in patterns that do not come out in one human age, and which is suitable for washing in the dishwasher. Like the Turkish culinary culture that has been going on for centuries and has not disappeared.