'Eser-i İstanbul', starting from Anatolian dinner table culture, is brought together with the diligent porcelain tradition that is inherited to Istanbul by the Imperial Palace.

Dinner Table is the very core of the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Cultures, the sacred meeting spot of the family and receptions, place for intermingling of friends. There, recommendations are received and opinions are given, inspirations are assumed and intimacies are provided. Long Sunday morning breakfasts, pleasurable noon-time rendezvous, banquet-like dinners, invitations, sahur, iftar, and many, many more. Neither are the servings ended, nor the narrations, naive gossips are made, and the country is resurrected. Food is shared, worries are shared, worries are thereby reduced; pleasures are shared, pleasures are thus enhanced. Reminiscences of the past are memorized, the future is worded with hope, "the moment" is lived, plates, glasses are incessantly filled and emptied.

'Eser-i İstanbul', starting from Anatolian dinner table culture, is brought together with the diligent porcelain tradition that is inherited to Istanbul by the Imperial Palace. Dinner, tea and coffee sets manufactured by Bone China quality, are conveying the new interpretation of tradition to pleasurable tables through authentic lines, with edge linings that are plain, or with alternatives of gold and platinum. First Ottoman porcelain stamped with the mark Eser-i İstanbul, manufactured at Beykoz in the 19th Century, bringing together the western porcelain quality with local esthetics, are nowadays kept in palace museums; whereas contemporary 'Eser-i İstanbul' interpretation is coming onto our tables undersigned by Faruk Malhan.

Eser-i İstanbul is a Faruk Malhan design that you shall be discovering again and again through use, thanks to the diligent proportions, harmonious, functional curves, that you shall take pleasure in using, receive an additional taste from the meals you eat and soups you drink, that you shall be yearning to use, that you shall enjoy laying out your dinner table and serve thereon.