Shebeke

Shebeke

 

(1) Openwork designs or designs imitating them in the applied art of Azerbaijan.

(2) Window frames and gratings assembled from standard wooden components held together only by dowels and frequently ornamented with pieces of varicolored glass. Shebeke were in wide use in 18th-and 19th-century Azerbaijani architecture. Openwork lattices are also common in Arab countries, where they are called musharabiia, and in Middle Asia, where they are known as pandzhara.

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During the two-day festival the visitors were also able to see various types of folk art of certain Azerbaijani districts including copper craft, carpet weaving, shebeke (multicolored glass mosaics), and pottery as well as the process of their production, and learn about the national music and the culture of Azerbaijani cuisine.
During the festival the visitors will be also able to see various types of folk art of certain Azerbaijani districts including copper craft, carpet weaving, shebeke (multicolored glass mosaics), and pottery as well as the process of their production, and learn about the national music and the culture of Azerbaijani cuisine.
A 4.5 hour drive from Baku is the Sheki Khan Palace, a place paying tribute Azerbaijani craftsmen famed for their 'Shebeke' -- a mosaic of coloured glass set in wooden latticework and assembled without nails or glue.
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The facade is covered in large part by a mosaic of multicolored glass set in a wooden lattice, called a shebeke, constructed without nails or glue.
Emin Efendiyev informed the delegation about the Shebeke project, which provides postal and telecommunication services in a single space, in particular, the Pochtap service, which returns the lost documents to their owners, as well as HUB project which turns Azerbaijan into the regional transit post delivery center.
Then, the guests familiarized themselves with the conditions created at the Shebeke service center.
Our ancient art forms such as alchemy, pottery, woodworking, blacksmithing, carpet weaving, sericulture, hat-making and shebeke art still florish as the carrier of the spirit of our people," he said.
He also stressed the work being carried out to increase the level of postal and telecommunication services rendered in the country, including the opening of new Shebeke centers.
During the next event, visitors will acquaint with the history of traditional Shebeke art, Trend Life reported.
The exposition "Pearls of Azerbaijan" features national carpets, samples of coinage, traditional art "shebeke", national clothes and musical instruments.
Azerbaijan's Azerpoct LLC has opened its citizen service center, called Shebeke, in the country's Zagatala district, the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies told Trend.