The narrator's story is the story of civilization. Civilization has been shaped by the hammerheads of a blacksmith. Steel was for justice, sharp sword was sickle, barley was barley in the hands of a farmer was wheat, and a master of liberty was liberty legend.
Since the time when the history was known, there have been two arts playing the most important role in the great conquest of the Turks. Horse breeding and mining, especially blacksmithing. Turkish, Chinese and Arab history and geography sources all mention that the ancestors of the Turks are blacksmiths.
There are unique clothes in blacksmithing. The apprentice wears an apron of leather or cloth that extends to the knees. There is a leather dress that extends to the feet and a leather called "stand" on the feet. The master wears leather that stretches from his head to his feet. As you can see, the clothes worn in the ironmongery profession also indicate the degrees and duties in the workplace. One of the important features of the blacksmith's job is that each blacksmith's tradition has its own symbol.
This tradition, which runs from the past to the present day, is important in terms of the quality of a commodity and the symbol of which master is made. Tools and materials used: Trow tools, Hammers, Varyoslar, Jewels, Anvils and bottoms, Perforated plates, Stacking plates, Blacksmiths, Hammers, Presses, Measuring tools (Diameter box, meter, gauge and stencils) and profile scissor counter.
Hot smiths work in the workshop and stand. The working environment is very hot, noisy and partially contaminated. The person is independent of running. Apart from short-lived communication with customers and other employees, they usually involve tools and machines.