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Costume of a popular militia warrior from the Marmara Region.  19th & early 20th century. Related to the dresses of Zeybek and Başıbozuk.  Photographer/copyright: Dick Osseman. To see more of the Bursa Etnografya Müzesi: http://www.pbase.com/dosseman/bursaislamic

Costume of a popular militia warrior from the Marmara Region. 19th & early 20th century. Related to the dresses of Zeybek and Başıbozuk. Photographer/copyright: Dick Osseman. To see more of the Bursa Etnografya Müzesi: http://www.pbase.com/dosseman/bursaislamic

Ottoman silahlik (weapons belt), a very rare item, worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather, each with scalloped edges and containing slips to hold a yataghan sword and other weapons, extensively embellished with plaitwork and silk and metal thread embroidery. Retains its elaborately pierced belts and iron buckles. Early 19th century. Overall length 164 cm, silahlik 30.3 cm.

Ottoman silahlik (weapons belt), a very rare item, worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather, each with scalloped edges and containing slips to hold a yataghan sword and other weapons, extensively embellished with plaitwork and silk and metal thread embroidery. Retains its elaborately pierced belts and iron buckles. Early 19th century. Overall length 164 cm, silahlik 30.3 cm.

Ottoman silahlik (weapons belt), a very rare item, worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather, each with scalloped edges and containing slips to hold a yataghan sword and other weapons, extensively embellished with plaitwork and silk and metal thread embroidery. Retains its elaborately pierced belts and iron buckles. Early 19th century. Overall length 164 cm, silahlik 30.3 cm.

Ottoman silahlik (weapons belt), a very rare item, worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather, each with scalloped edges and containing slips to hold a yataghan sword and other weapons, extensively embellished with plaitwork and silk and metal thread embroidery. Retains its elaborately pierced belts and iron buckles. Early 19th century. Overall length 164 cm, silahlik 30.3 cm.