The ceramic art, which started to be produced in İznik during the establishment period of the Ottoman state, lived the golden age in the 15th and 17th centuries. This period has developed with the exodus of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror and the taking of Istanbul. This development is reflected not only in composition but also in container forms in ceramics. Many ceramics produced in this period are among rare and precious works in terms of ornamentation and form. However, the form in which these forms were formed, how they came about and what they were made for is not taken much seriously. The purpose of the study is to determine what types of forms form the cup shapes that emerged during the Classical period of the Ottoman State, to determine what purposes, what cultures or shapes might be influenced. This study aims to analyze the classical Ottoman ceramics cups that develop in the historical process and have an important place in terms of Turkish art and to analyze the form and to determine the place of these ceramics within themselves and in the art of Ottoman Ceramics.
Keywords: Classical Ottoman Art, Glass, Ceramics