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‘Bindallı entari’: wedding dress, from Edirne.  Late-Ottoman, urban style, early 20th century. Belonged to a Jewish family.  Goldwork on velvet.  Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’.  (Israel Museum, Jerusalem).

‘Bindallı entari’: wedding dress, from Edirne. Late-Ottoman, urban style, early 20th century. Belonged to a Jewish family. Goldwork on velvet. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’. (Israel Museum, Jerusalem).

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Turkish Caftan © The Metropolitan Museum of Art [http://www.filepmotwary.com/motwary/2013/11/27]

Turkish Caftan © The Metropolitan Museum of Art [http://www.filepmotwary.com/motwary/2013/11/27]

A woman's caftan (‘bindalli entari’). Circa 1840.  Late-Ottoman upper class dress, possibly from Konya.  Velvet adorned with goldwork embroidery, minuscule golden spirals and metallic sequins.

A woman's caftan (‘bindalli entari’). Circa 1840. Late-Ottoman upper class dress, possibly from Konya. Velvet adorned with goldwork embroidery, minuscule golden spirals and metallic sequins.

Traditional bridal (and later-on festive) costume, from the Marmara region (Bursa and west of it). Late Ottoman, end of 19th - early 20th century.  Sadberk Hanim Museum.Şalvar and Yelek, late 19th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Traditional bridal (and later-on festive) costume, from the Marmara region (Bursa and west of it). Late Ottoman, end of 19th - early 20th century. Sadberk Hanim Museum.Şalvar and Yelek, late 19th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

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Nakışlı Kaftan Bindallı Kına Gecesi Kıyafeti 041 nurbanu

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