Uncle Şeyhmus, who continued this job for a while after his master migrated, later worked at the Provincial Directorate of Agriculture. He continued his pottery business in the small workshop he opened right after his retirement. Uncle Şeyhmus says that the people he took with him as apprentices migrated from Mardin to other provinces after learning about the job:

Seyhmus Kaynaka, 80, has been shaping clay soil for 72 years. Uncle Şeyhmus, who started working as an apprentice with an Armenian master at the age of 8, said, “Those who teach the job either leave or leave. This profession will die after me, I am very sorry ”he sighs.