The Greeks call it an Ibrik; the Arabs call it a cezve. Ours are made of brass, tinned inside, and have a wooden handle. You might see others made of copper or stainless steel and they vary in style. We will send with your order directions for making Turkish coffee and our favorite cafe recipes for making dessert Turkish coffees like Africa, Kilimanjaro, and Zebra.
It will do the job, but is really plain. In the pictures it appears very stylish and expensive, but it's a really basic item/cheaper materials when you look close-up. In my opinion, slightly overpriced for the quality. The coffee I made in it was ok, but don't expect anything extraordinary...
Arrived quickly, but despite the fact that I ordered a brand new ibrik, mine appears to be used. The brass was quite tarnished, especially around the handle, and the handle itself was quite banged up and had some sort of sticky substance on it. I decided not to go through the hassle of returning it because with a good wash it appeared serviceable, but to be quite honest I would not order from this seller again.
I purchased this item about two years ago after having Turkish coffee while dining out. It takes a bit of practice and some research into how to get the perfect grind on your coffee, but WOW does it perk you up.
As far as quality of the actual ibrik, the handle itself has become loose and wobbles on occasion. It should be an easy enough fix with the right tools. I'm a bit afraid to polish it as I'm not sure if it was finished. It has dulled a bit giving it a very rustic look. Wouldn't trade it though!