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Late-Ottoman ‘havlu’ (towel). 19th century. Embroidered with polychrome silk and metal threads on linen. This is ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical). Technique: ‘pesend’ (double running stitch). The object could also be used as an apron in festive women’s costumes (generally in Thrace and northwest Anatolia). (V&A Museum, London).V&A museum object

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Silk fabric with metal thread embroidery; silk thread embroidery, 1633, Upper-Hungary.

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Turkish ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical). Napkin, 19th century. Could also be used as an apron in festive women’s costumes (generally in Thrace and northwest Anatolia).

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Detail of fragment Turkish embroidery, late 19th century, includes some metal thread

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Turkey, silk and metallic embroidered shawl, three joined panels of ivory cotton gauze having a double border with polychrome floral repeat and metallic silver bands, 19th c, detail

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