A woman is one of the pillars of a family. Therefore, women have been positioned in different statuses according to the cultural, religious and political approaches of societies since ancient times. It is even known that it was sanctified in some civilizations. The woman's status in society, her symbolization of fertility, abundance and fertility has led to her being a source of inspiration for many works of art. Ceramic products, which were shaped by hand and wheel in the period they were in, started to take shape with different production methods in parallel with the needs and technological developments day by day. Ceramic is a material that can be used in artistic fields as well as in accordance with industrial, that is, mass production. Ceramics has been used as a material in many civilizations. It is possible to come across ceramics in many areas in our daily life. Some of these areas are; fields such as architecture, defense industry, health sector and table ceramics sector. In this research, works related to the symbolization of women on the surfaces of table ceramics, which is one of the industrial products, and their analysis are included. In the research, qualitative methods were used by scanning the relevant literature from general scanning models. According to the findings obtained in the research, the female figure can be transformed into figurines that symbolize the mother goddess such as Kybele in three dimensions, Artemis, Demeter, Astarte, Isis, Aphrodite or Venus, and today, Sahmeran, hand on the waist, velcro, comb, ram horn etc. Industrial products are encountered with works of art in which different motifs are used in the same sense. In addition, when the application examples discussed in the qualitative dimension of this research are examined, the woman symbolizing fertility, love, fertility, protection, maternity, family and family unity; It was understood that motifs such as hand on the waist, bukağı, abundance motif, waterway, finger, hand and comb motif, flower, hair tie and tree of life.
Keywords: Woman, tableware, motif, symbol, surface design