Kalemişi Dergisi
Cilt 3, Sayı 5  Bahar 2015  (ISSN: 2148-046X, E-ISSN: )
Mezahir AVŞAR, Lale AVŞAR

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Today toys that comes to mind firstly issues child health, natural materials that damageless to health, safe forms and use, attractive appearance and ergonomic design. Modern technology is wealth that can meet all these demands. However, clay has become one of the most strong material centuries ago. Extant Dolls, Horses, Chariots are a few examples that remain in the production of this kind from Ancient Egyptian, Hittite, Ancient Greek Era. According to surviving findings, similar objects are also made medieval İslamic geography. These produced with common materials and techniques in their age, reflect ethnographic characteristics, lifestyle and clothing in the region in which they occur as well as shed light on some cultural traditions. This article researched Ceramic-Trinket Toys in that period, examined the applied techniques in the construction and decoration, put forward some estimates based on the form and size in terms of usage.

Key words: Medieval Islamic ceramics, ceramic trinkets and toys