Helmets, which are a work of Turkish handicrafts with their production and decoration techniques, differ from the examples of other cultures with these features. Techniques such as forging, cutting, rivet, casting, chain knitting have been used in the production of helmets whose main material is metal. In addition, metal decoration techniques such as gold, silver and stone inlay, relief, cutting, sandblasting were used in the ornaments.
Tolga Şekerlik was designed inspired by a 16th century helmet exhibited at Topkapı Palace, which is considered to be the most mature period for Turkish helmets.
Tolga Şekerlik is made of handmade glass and all the patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using 24 carat gold gilding.
Its production is limited to 2,000 pieces.