Mosque Wooden Chair Design
Mosque Wooden Chair
Rumi Classical Carved Sermon Chair
Rumi Classical Carved Preacher
Chair Size 225x100x100 cm
The mosque pulpit, also known as the “preacher pulpit”, led to the emergence of a civil service, calling the teachers who preached in the mosque on Fridays “lecture sheikh”.
In Turkish architecture, lecterns are often made of wood, movable, and sometimes fixed to a wall or a load-bearing foot, of stone or wood. The lower part of the lecterns is called the “lectern foot” and the body is called the ‘lectern body’ or the ‘lectern stone’; The cedar section, that is, the sitting part, is surrounded by a railing-network.