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Traditional bridal (and later-on festive) costume, from Eskişehir. Late Ottoman, end of 19th - early 20th century.  Sadberk Hanim Museum

Traditional bridal (and later-on festive) costume, from Eskişehir. Late Ottoman, end of 19th - early 20th century. Sadberk Hanim Museum

Traditional festive village costume from the Gaziantep province (on the Syrian border).   Ethnic group: Barak Türkmen.  Mid-20th century.

Traditional festive village costume from the Gaziantep province (on the Syrian border). Ethnic group: Barak Türkmen. Mid-20th century.

An ‘arkalık kuşak’ (waist cloth)  from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.).  Part of the traditional festive costume for women.  1950-1975.  Adorned with cotton crochet lace, small metallic spirals, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms & tassels, and lots of sequins (both metal and mica).  (Inv.nr. ark027 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

An ‘arkalık kuşak’ (waist cloth) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.). Part of the traditional festive costume for women. 1950-1975. Adorned with cotton crochet lace, small metallic spirals, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms & tassels, and lots of sequins (both metal and mica). (Inv.nr. ark027 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive village costume from the province of Trabzon (Eastern Black Sea coast).  2nd half of the 20th century.  Still in use in some more remote villages.

Traditional festive village costume from the province of Trabzon (Eastern Black Sea coast). 2nd half of the 20th century. Still in use in some more remote villages.

Traditional festive costume of the Karakeçeli villages in the district of Keles (south of Bursa).  Clothing style: mid-20th century.  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume of the Karakeçeli villages in the district of Keles (south of Bursa). Clothing style: mid-20th century. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

A traditional festive headgear for ‘genç kız’ (= not yet betrothed girls). From the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c.  The cap is adorned with metal sequins, glass beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms.  Characteristic for the headgear is the lavishly adorned ‘imitation hair’ (black cotton plaits, attached to the back of the hat). (Inv.nr. ba$034  - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A traditional festive headgear for ‘genç kız’ (= not yet betrothed girls). From the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c. The cap is adorned with metal sequins, glass beads, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms. Characteristic for the headgear is the lavishly adorned ‘imitation hair’ (black cotton plaits, attached to the back of the hat). (Inv.nr. ba$034 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume from the Olti/Oltu region (North of Erzurum province).  Armenian (well-to-do), early 20th century.  The woven belt attached to the apron bears the date ‘1903’. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume from the Olti/Oltu region (North of Erzurum province). Armenian (well-to-do), early 20th century. The woven belt attached to the apron bears the date ‘1903’. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional bridal/festive costume from the district of Sivrihisar (90 km east of Eskişehir).  The clothing style goes back to the early 20th century, and was then part of the culture of muslim emigrants from Macedonia. The costume was still in use in the late 1990s. The base of the dress are a heavily embroidered long-sleeves vest (called ‘sarka’) and very wide baggy trousers (called ‘pesent’, which can be embroidered too, or made of a brocaded fabric).

Traditional bridal/festive costume from the district of Sivrihisar (90 km east of Eskişehir). The clothing style goes back to the early 20th century, and was then part of the culture of muslim emigrants from Macedonia. The costume was still in use in the late 1990s. The base of the dress are a heavily embroidered long-sleeves vest (called ‘sarka’) and very wide baggy trousers (called ‘pesent’, which can be embroidered too, or made of a brocaded fabric).

Turkish Traditional and bridalwear    Cankiri guzeli...

Turkish Traditional and bridalwear Cankiri guzeli...

Traditional festive costume from the Turkish Alevi villages in the northern part of the Burgaz province (Bulgaria), among others Dobra Polyana village (named 'Orhan Selim' by the Turks),1925-1975.  Purchased in Bursa in April 1990.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume from the Turkish Alevi villages in the northern part of the Burgaz province (Bulgaria), among others Dobra Polyana village (named 'Orhan Selim' by the Turks),1925-1975. Purchased in Bursa in April 1990. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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