Nasrettin Hoca is made up of 70 separate pieces of wood. There are 15 different types of wood: Walnut, Root Walnut, two different Spalted Linden, Pear, Alder, Poplar, Ayous, Doussie, Wenge, Cherry, Merbau, Spaltek White Beech, Ovangkol, White Poplar. They are glued together on a Birch Plywood.
There is no dye and stain involved. You see the natural colors of different types of wood. Wood has been finished with natural wax.
Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, materials, dimensions, and color may vary slightly.
NASREDDİN HOCA (1208-1284) A popular scholar, He was famously considered the foremost protagonist of comical tales with an emotional content or other messages.
Another important element in Nasreddin Hodja stories is the donkey, a reflection of the feelings of the people. It is impossible to imagine Nasreddin Hoca without his donkey, which is itself a vehicle of satire. In one of his stories Hodja was going somewhere, he got on his donkey with his back facing to the front. The people yelled at him: You are sitting on your donkey the wrong way round. No, he said. It's just that the donkey is standing the wrong way round.