Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 75 x 150 cm. Featuring stylized roses, tulips, buds and leaves on meandering stem, with angular turns; all worked in counted-thread style, in multi-coloured cotton & metallic (silver) thread . The larger flowers stitched in 'mushabak'-style. Embroidery height (from the tip of flowers to the edge of cloth): 10 cm. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).