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Traditional bridal/festive costume from the Izmir province. Circa 1925-1950.

Traditional bridal/festive costume from the Izmir province. Circa 1925-1950.

Traditional festive women’s hats, from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), ca. 1925-1950. Adorned with metallic & mica sequins, several types of glass beads and balls, cotton ‘oya’ (Turkish lace) and late-Ottoman coins. Topped with a silver(y) ‘tepelik’ (hat cover). (Source: Tekin Uludoğan, Balıkesir).

Traditional festive women’s hats, from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), ca. 1925-1950. Adorned with metallic & mica sequins, several types of glass beads and balls, cotton ‘oya’ (Turkish lace) and late-Ottoman coins. Topped with a silver(y) ‘tepelik’ (hat cover). (Source: Tekin Uludoğan, Balıkesir).

Traditional bridal headgear of the Karakeçeli villages in the district of Keles (south of Bursa).  Clothing style: mid-20th century.  In close-up: the ‘fes’ (cap), adorned with beadwork panels. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional bridal headgear of the Karakeçeli villages in the district of Keles (south of Bursa). Clothing style: mid-20th century. In close-up: the ‘fes’ (cap), adorned with beadwork panels. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive female headgear from the Mudurnu-Taraklı region (Bolu province), mid-20th century.  The ‘yazma’ (large head scarf) is adorned with multicoloured embroidery and edged with needle lace combined with metal sequins.  The square shape of the silver ‘tepelik’ (metal cover of the hat) is singular and characteristic of the Bolu province.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive female headgear from the Mudurnu-Taraklı region (Bolu province), mid-20th century. The ‘yazma’ (large head scarf) is adorned with multicoloured embroidery and edged with needle lace combined with metal sequins. The square shape of the silver ‘tepelik’ (metal cover of the hat) is singular and characteristic of the Bolu province. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume from the Silivri district (west of Istanbul, Trakya/Thrace).  Turkish, c. 1925.  The velvet ‘şalvar’ (baggy trousers) & ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) are adorned with ‘goldwork’ embroidery in ‘Maraş işi’-technique.  The circular sunflower-like motif on the vest bears a star & crescent design (= Turkish flag) in its center.  (Costume Collection of the Bakırköy Halk Oyunları Derneği, Istanbul).

Traditional festive costume from the Silivri district (west of Istanbul, Trakya/Thrace). Turkish, c. 1925. The velvet ‘şalvar’ (baggy trousers) & ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) are adorned with ‘goldwork’ embroidery in ‘Maraş işi’-technique. The circular sunflower-like motif on the vest bears a star & crescent design (= Turkish flag) in its center. (Costume Collection of the Bakırköy Halk Oyunları Derneği, Istanbul).

Front, rear and close-up of a traditional festive cap for ‘genç kız’ (= not yet betrothed girls). From the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c.  Adorned with different types of glass beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms and sequins (both metallic and mica).   (Inv.nr. ba$034  - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front, rear and close-up of a traditional festive cap for ‘genç kız’ (= not yet betrothed girls). From the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c. Adorned with different types of glass beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms and sequins (both metallic and mica). (Inv.nr. ba$034 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional wedding costumes from Kuşadası (mostwestern district of the Aydın province).  Ca. 1920s.

Traditional wedding costumes from Kuşadası (mostwestern district of the Aydın province). Ca. 1920s.

‘Kefiye oyalı ve poşulu zeybek başı’ (ceremonial male headgear and scarf of the ‘Efe’ / ‘Zeybek’).  Manisa-style (with small three-dimensional flower-oya).  The hat was made in our workshop; only authentic needle-lace (iğne oyası) were used. The scarf (‘poşu’) is old: circa 1920-1940.  (Invent.nr. ba$018 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

‘Kefiye oyalı ve poşulu zeybek başı’ (ceremonial male headgear and scarf of the ‘Efe’ / ‘Zeybek’). Manisa-style (with small three-dimensional flower-oya). The hat was made in our workshop; only authentic needle-lace (iğne oyası) were used. The scarf (‘poşu’) is old: circa 1920-1940. (Invent.nr. ba$018 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

‘Kefiye oyalı ve poşulu zeybek başı’ (ceremonial headgear and scarf of the ‘Efe’ / ‘Zeybek’).  Izmir-style, with large flat (2D) oya-lace.  The hat was made in our workshop; only authentic needle-lace (iğne oyası) were used. The scarf (‘poşu’) is old: circa 1920.  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

‘Kefiye oyalı ve poşulu zeybek başı’ (ceremonial headgear and scarf of the ‘Efe’ / ‘Zeybek’). Izmir-style, with large flat (2D) oya-lace. The hat was made in our workshop; only authentic needle-lace (iğne oyası) were used. The scarf (‘poşu’) is old: circa 1920. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional festive ‘başlık’ (headgear) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c.  The ‘imitation hair’ (on the back) is not very elaborated, and used by betrothed or married girls/women, who cover their hat with a large headscarf.  Adorned with glass and plastic beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) tassels and pom-poms, and sequins (both metallic and mica).  (Inv.nr. ba$035 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional festive ‘başlık’ (headgear) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c. The ‘imitation hair’ (on the back) is not very elaborated, and used by betrothed or married girls/women, who cover their hat with a large headscarf. Adorned with glass and plastic beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) tassels and pom-poms, and sequins (both metallic and mica). (Inv.nr. ba$035 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).


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Front, rear and close-up of a traditional festive cap for ‘genç kız’ (= not yet betrothed girls). From the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c.  Adorned with different types of glass beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms and sequins (both metallic and mica).   (Inv.nr. ba$034  - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front, rear and close-up of a traditional festive cap for ‘genç kız’ (= not yet betrothed girls). From the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c. Adorned with different types of glass beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms and sequins (both metallic and mica). (Inv.nr. ba$034 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional wedding costumes from Kuşadası (mostwestern district of the Aydın province).  Ca. 1920s.

Traditional wedding costumes from Kuşadası (mostwestern district of the Aydın province). Ca. 1920s.

Traditional bridal headgear of the Karakeçeli villages in the district of Keles (south of Bursa).  Clothing style: mid-20th century.  In close-up: the ‘fes’ (cap), adorned with beadwork panels. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional bridal headgear of the Karakeçeli villages in the district of Keles (south of Bursa). Clothing style: mid-20th century. In close-up: the ‘fes’ (cap), adorned with beadwork panels. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive female headgear from the Mudurnu-Taraklı region (Bolu province), mid-20th century.  The ‘yazma’ (large head scarf) is adorned with multicoloured embroidery and edged with needle lace combined with metal sequins.  The square shape of the silver ‘tepelik’ (metal cover of the hat) is singular and characteristic of the Bolu province.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive female headgear from the Mudurnu-Taraklı region (Bolu province), mid-20th century. The ‘yazma’ (large head scarf) is adorned with multicoloured embroidery and edged with needle lace combined with metal sequins. The square shape of the silver ‘tepelik’ (metal cover of the hat) is singular and characteristic of the Bolu province. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional festive ‘başlık’ (headgear) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c.  The ‘imitation hair’ (on the back) is not very elaborated, and used by betrothed or married girls/women, who cover their hat with a large headscarf.  Adorned with glass and plastic beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) tassels and pom-poms, and sequins (both metallic and mica).  (Inv.nr. ba$035 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional festive ‘başlık’ (headgear) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c. The ‘imitation hair’ (on the back) is not very elaborated, and used by betrothed or married girls/women, who cover their hat with a large headscarf. Adorned with glass and plastic beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) tassels and pom-poms, and sequins (both metallic and mica). (Inv.nr. ba$035 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive headgear of an Üsküdarlı Tahtacı woman, from the Bergama region.  Gold (imitation) coins and glass beadwork.  The Tahtacı are Alevi Türkmen.  Picture from ca. 2005.

Traditional festive headgear of an Üsküdarlı Tahtacı woman, from the Bergama region. Gold (imitation) coins and glass beadwork. The Tahtacı are Alevi Türkmen. Picture from ca. 2005.

Traditional festive costume from the Silivri district (west of Istanbul, Trakya/Thrace).  Turkish, c. 1925.  The velvet ‘şalvar’ (baggy trousers) & ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) are adorned with ‘goldwork’ embroidery in ‘Maraş işi’-technique.  The circular sunflower-like motif on the vest bears a star & crescent design (= Turkish flag) in its center.  (Costume Collection of the Bakırköy Halk Oyunları Derneği, Istanbul).

Traditional festive costume from the Silivri district (west of Istanbul, Trakya/Thrace). Turkish, c. 1925. The velvet ‘şalvar’ (baggy trousers) & ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) are adorned with ‘goldwork’ embroidery in ‘Maraş işi’-technique. The circular sunflower-like motif on the vest bears a star & crescent design (= Turkish flag) in its center. (Costume Collection of the Bakırköy Halk Oyunları Derneği, Istanbul).

Woman's hat.  From rural Bulgaria, end of 19th century.  Adorned with cotton embroidery, glass beads, metal sequins and old coins; featuring a 'chin chain' with two rows of Bulgarian '5 Stotinki' coins (copper-nickle alloy).

Woman's hat. From rural Bulgaria, end of 19th century. Adorned with cotton embroidery, glass beads, metal sequins and old coins; featuring a 'chin chain' with two rows of Bulgarian '5 Stotinki' coins (copper-nickle alloy).

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Six ‘oyalı zeybek başı’ (ceremonial headgear of the ‘Efe’ / ‘Zeybek’) from Izmir – Manisa –Aydın.  In Izmir large flat (2D) oya-lace is preferred, and in Manisa the much smaller three-dimensional flower-oya.  In Aydın you can see both types, and everything in between.  These hats were made in our workshop; only authentic needle-lace (iğne oyası) were used – three for each hat.  Which made them nice, but rather expensive.  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Six ‘oyalı zeybek başı’ (ceremonial headgear of the ‘Efe’ / ‘Zeybek’) from Izmir – Manisa –Aydın. In Izmir large flat (2D) oya-lace is preferred, and in Manisa the much smaller three-dimensional flower-oya. In Aydın you can see both types, and everything in between. These hats were made in our workshop; only authentic needle-lace (iğne oyası) were used – three for each hat. Which made them nice, but rather expensive. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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