In this research, the figurative ceramic bibelots produced in the lands of Syria and Iran, which were dominated by the Great Selcuk State, between the 11th and 13th centuries, are the subject. These are examples made of composite siliceous white clay and decorated with different decor techniques. Among the examples encountered, there are figures such as bird, harpy, camel, lion, cavalry, bull and single human figures. The aim of the research is to evaluate the form features seen in the figure types encountered in bibelots, approaches in design interpretations and forming techniques. One of the results of the research is the thought that the casting technique was used in the production of Selcuk ceramic bibelots. This idea was developed based on the traces left by the joints of the segmented molds on the body and the design features of the forms. The handling of ceramic bibelots, which constitute an important part of the Selcuk cultural heritage, will allow us to get to know that art more closely, and on the other hand, will contribute to the expansion of the possibilities of today's ceramic art.
Keywords: Selcuk art, Selcuk ceramic art, ceramic bibelot, production, form, design