Mosaic tiles produced with methods that stay true to the 16th-century techniques; they are %100 hand-made and obtained through highly laborious work.
Due to some reasons, the technical knowledge and documentation employed to create these tiles and pottery were unfortunately lost to humanity during the economic decline of the Ottoman Empire towards the end of the 17th century. This art was passed on the Master to apprentice or from father to son; thus, no record has preserved.
The creative workshops have succeeded in reproducing tiles and pottery of the same quality as their predecessors, using the same old traditional methods of the 16th century that constitute the zenith of this art form in world ceramics literature. Today, the tiles are made entirely by hand while preserving the traditional quality and aesthetic form but using today's technological systems for research.