The Heybat collection
Inspired by Azerbaijan’s most beautiful monuments, the craftsworkers of the BUTALI brand worked the architecture of the Bibiheybat mosque and pilgrimage complex into this creation: the "Heybat" collection. This set of pendant and earrings is based on a "dome" composition - ornamentation widely apparent in the Bibiheybat interior.
The Shirvanshah collection
The Palace of the Shirvanshahs (Icherisheher, Baku), built from the 12th–16th centuries, is rightly considered an architectural pearl, not only of Azerbaijan, but of the whole medieval East.
The Shirvanshah collection was sparked by the countless carvings on the palace complex walls. The collection includes earrings, a set of...
The Khoncha collection
The bracelets in the BUTALI brand Khoncha collection feature one of the most popular elements in many fields of Eastern applied art – the multi-faceted medallion.
A khoncha – a decorated gift basket or chest has been at the heart of holidays as a symbol of new life in many Azerbaijani traditions from ancient times.
The Narli collection
Nar is the Azerbaijani word for pomegranate which, in the mythopoetic tradition, is a symbol of paradise, humanity’s ‘golden age’, eternal youth, immortality and beauty, love, prosperity and fertility.
In some traditions, jewellery with a pomegranate motif brings happiness and comfort.
The pomegranate in this collection is...
The Nar collection
The Icherisheher collection
Icherisheher (Inner City), which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000, is the beating heart of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, and is a State Historical-Architectural Reserve. There is a history within each stone (the first record dates back to the 5th century), and it has embodied national traditions since ancient...
The Heyat Aghaji pendant
An especially common motif in the fine arts of Turkic peoples, the Heyat Aghaji (tree of life) is an important element of Turkish culture and is also prominent on Azerbaijani carpets.
As one of the most popular amulets in the culture of many nations, BUTALI jewellers incorporated this motif into a pendant – they believe that the tree...
The Gosha Buta collection
The buta, a symbol of life and the revival of nature throughout the East, is believed by many to protect homes from evil forces and the evil eye.
The buta is a very popular motif with people and is widely used by oriental jewellers in their designs. It is especially widespread in Azerbaijan in various forms – one of these being the...
The Achar pendant
The Achar (key) has a very strong symbolic meaning and glorifies the power of its owner to open and to close.
The key is also a symbol of home, happy family and prosperity, as well as of new horizons and transition to a new stage of development.
Based on this symbolism, BUTALI jewellers have created a miniature necklace in the...
The Piyala-zang earrings
These earrings comprise two elements (inverted bowls, one above the other) in filigree. Miniature pendants hang from the edges of the two bowl-shaped earrings,
These pendants swing and tinkle at the slightest movement, making the composition a work of art in festive mood.
According to ancient belief, Piyala-zang earrings,...
The Gül bracelet
The floral (Gül = flower) motif decorated with turquoise stones on filigree patterning undoubtedly makes the Gül bracelet into a real gem of work by the BUTALI jewellers.
The bracelet, with its seven, rosette-shaped filigree medallions representing six-petalled flowers and connected by a braided chain, is completed by a hinged lock...
The Sharli collection
The Sharli (balloon) motif, associated with the sun, is a symbol of prosperity and success. Such is the motif presented in the Sharli collection, one of the most intricate of BUTALI creations.
Further, the earrings are attached to the earlobe using double buta elements decorated in turquoise. An elegant lace pattern surrounds a hollow...
The Sebet earrings
The BUTALI brand jewellers have created an exclusive version of traditional ring-shaped earrings. These earrings are made in filigree with small decorative beads.
The beauty of the earrings is apparent in the light, delicate and transparent pattern, the glitter of small ornaments and the lively rhythm of the figure engraved on the...
The Damla collection
The subtlety of oriental motifs always inspires artists to create unique jewellery, and the Damla (drop) collection is vivid proof.
The oriental-style ornamentation of earrings and pendants decorated with stone drops truly fascinates.
The Butali-minali collection
The buta is an almond-shaped pattern with a pointed and curved tip, and commonly appears in the cultural traditions of many Asian and Eastern peoples. In Azerbaijan, the land of ancient fires, the motif has long been a symbol of flame and power in traditional ornamentation.
Small, delicate butas, patterned with differently-coloured...
The Mugham collection
BUTALI’s Mugham collection recalls a melody that has survived from ancient times to the present day and is captured in wonderful patterning.
Thanks to the choice of colours, the jewellery from this collection fully lives up to its name – here all shades of colour assemble and shine in these creations as contrasting, echoing and...
Designed by Jahangir Salimkhanov, BUTAFIED rings are a hollow hemisphere, where the surface is carved with buta patterns and decorated with enamel or other coloured stones.
The "DOSTUM" collection for children and young people
The author and designer of the "DOSTUM" collection is Aisha Mammadli, a talented and young artist, who loves painting and equestrian sports.
The collection is designed for girls who value friendship and like to be of help, while having the knack for knowing what it is to do good, love, and have respect, loyalty and courage.
The Butazang collection
The Aypara collection
The Badam collection
The Rubayi collection
Rubayi poetry frozen in the ornaments of the medieval Azerbaijan stone plastic…
The Bayati collection
The use of precious stones in jewellery has always been a distinguishing feature of works by Baku masters, and the advanced processing techniques used on these stones testify to the progressive development of the region’s art of jewellery.