The most important difference between our jewelry and others is that our items are hundred percent handmade, more time is spent to create one. In Turkish jewelry making there is a meaning behind each shape, for example Tulip is sign of royal family. All of jewelry’s shapes are also suggested from nature. The Ottomans were all about naturalism in their jewelry and costumes making. Now, it does not mean that they were not flashy and dashing with colors and textures, It simply means that they valued the original shape and characteristics of each gem stone they used. Unlike the European jewelers of the time, Ottoman jewelers gave prominence to the nature of the stone rather than insisting on perfect symmetry. Emerald, ruby, turquoise, diamond, pearl, coral, jade and agate were among the many precious gem stones used in the making of these pieces. Most importantly, they valued the unique and specific power of every stone they wore. Some were associated with physical healing and some with Spiritual healing. Artisans have spent years on keeping these handmade jewelry alive.