Festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’).  Late-Ottoman, urban, end of 19th century. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’.

Festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’). Late-Ottoman, urban, end of C.

An Ottoman Costume Sadberk Hanım Museum pinned from http://www.aplusyasam.com/sanat/sergi/505-el-emegi-goz-nuru-osmanli-islemeleri

Silk ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels). Late-Ottoman urban dress, end of century. Edges embellished with large ‘oya’-work/Turkish lace.

Traditional bridal costume from the Balıkesir province.  Clothing style: ca. 1925-1950.  With a velvet 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe).

Traditional bridal costume from the Balıkesir province. Clothing style: ca. With a velvet 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe).

Albania 1890-1910

Culture: Albanian wool, cotton, silk, metal Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Close-up of an urban ‘social events’ costume, worn during formal visits to other families.  From the Konya province, early 20th century.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Close-up of an urban ‘social events’ costume, worn during formal visits to other families. From the Konya province, early century.

Antique Turkish Textile. A Man's Jacket worn at Court. The dark red silk velvet is embroidered with gold thread strip and sequins in dival work and in stem stitch. The pattern is 'Shah's pleasure'.

Late-Ottoman ceremonial coat, for men. ‘Goldwork’ embroidery on silk velvet: metallic thread, yellow silk, small ‘golden’ spirals and metallic sequins.

Traditional sleeveless caftan for women, from the rural Bartin region, ca. 1925-1950.  Sometimes called ‘uzun yelek’ (long vest) or (locally) ‘uskuta’.  Made of a striped silk fabric; quilted and lined with white cotton.  The neck is adorned with metallic (silver) thread embroidery and black & golden braid; the armholes additionally feature some (small) black silk tassels.   (Inv.n° kaf013 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional sleeveless caftan for women, from the rural Bartin region, ca. 1925-1950. Sometimes called ‘uzun yelek’ (long vest) or (locally) ‘uskuta’. Made of a striped silk fabric; quilted and lined with white cotton. The neck is adorned with metallic (silver) thread embroidery and black & golden braid; the armholes additionally feature some (small) black silk tassels. (Inv.n° kaf013 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).


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