In the workshop of Yozgat Municipality, the unused dowry chests are reworking, with Seljuk and Ottoman figures with wood carving technique.
In Yozgat, old dowry chests come to life again, decorated with Seljuk and Ottoman figures in the wooden workshop established by the municipality in the historical mansion.
In the wooden handicraft workshop established by Yozgat Municipality, gift items belonging to the region, dowry, jewelry and pendants, and items such as lampshade and faldstool are produced. At the same time, the old dowry chests are decorated with Seljuk and Ottoman figures with wood carving technique, and turned into works of art.
Mayor Celal Köse, In a statement to the AA reporter, as a municipality, a historic too responsibility, said they were trying to fulfill.
Stating that they are evaluating the restored historical mansions, Köse said, "We have assigned personnel in our workshop established in our municipality, especially to transfer wood carving to new generations. Here, we produce dowry chests as a gift by wood carving from Yozgat region." said.
Stating that they are evaluating the restorated historical mansions, Köse said: "Especially wood carving, in the name of transferring to new generations in our workshop established within our municipality we commissioned personnel.
Here with wood carving from Yozgat region, one of our handicrafts we are producing dowry chests as souvenirs.
"We are exhibiting these chests in our historical mansions. We sell them at the stands of our municipality at the entrance and exits of our distinctive city. These souvenirs are also attracted great attention by the citizens." used the expression.
"We uncover historical motifs"
Hakan Akçinlioğlu (44), who worked in the workshop, said that he had been producing wood carving art for 24 years and turned the old dowry chests into works of art.
Akçinoğlu stated that he is a graduate of the industrial vocational high school, wood section and said that he loves to deal with this job.
Explaining that he founded his workshop after graduating from school and started working in the wooden workshop of the municipality 4 years ago, Akçinlioğlu said, "We uncover historical motifs. The motifs on an ancient work that came to us we draw first then we engrave on wood, so our motifs are passed on to the next generations. "
Akçinlioğlu stated that they also do the restoration of old wooden items,
"In particular, our citizens bring us the dowry chests that they do not use from their grandmothers and grandmothers instead of throwing them away. We also process the Seljuk and Ottoman motifs with the art of carving on it." he said.
"Especially our citizens; brings to us, instead of throwing to the trash; dowry chests remaining from their granny and grandmother.
We too, processing the Seljuk and Ottoman motifs with the art of carving on it. "
Haber Yazarı : Erbay ŞAHİN
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