Hand wood carving in the Anatolia region of Turkey has been an art form for centuries. This craft survived the rise and fall of Ottoman rule and continues to be passed down from generation to generation today. When we first discovered local craftsmen applying traditional techniques, we were blown away by their time-honoured methods and impeccable attention to detail.
Turkish villagers once used these troughs to stomp produce and collect the juice. A weighted beauty, each piece is steeped in history with every groove showcasing the raw charms of past practices. Lean it upright for a simple feature, or take advantage of its shallow design to host an array of colourful succulents.