Derviş nestles behind the narrowest of shop fronts like a hidden temple to Anatolian handicrafts. But like at Abdulla, where owner Tayfun Utkan was a former partner, the point is that traditions are reinvented.
Again, bathroom accessories are big, including handmade soaps in a host of natural flavours, super-soft unbleached cotton towels, and peştemals in linen, cotton and silk.
But there are also shimmering scarves of hand-spun silk, felt slippers, rugs and throws, and mohair and patchwork fur blankets; plus brimming shelves of original dowry items, trawled from the depths of Anatolia by Utkan himself.
Look out for the hand-stitched bolero jackets, ethnic coats and dresses in fabulous colours and fabrics, and exquisitely embroidered linens.