Antika

Antika

One embroidered end of a linen ‘makrama’ (embroidered napkin).  From the Marmara region, 2nd half of 19th century.  The ‘two-sided’ embroidery (identical on both sides of the fabric) is executed in both multi-coloured silk and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips through the fabric and folding them).  (Inv.nr. brdw042 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

One embroidered end of a linen ‘makrama’ (embroidered napkin). From the Marmara region, 2nd half of 19th century. The ‘two-sided’ embroidery (identical on both sides of the fabric) is executed in both multi-coloured silk and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips through the fabric and folding them). (Inv.nr. brdw042 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Prayer Arch Composite, Late-Ottoman, end of the 19th c. This is ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical), partly executed in ‘drawn thread work’ (the foundation fabric is deformed to create holes that are then embellished with embroidery).

Prayer Arch Composite, Late-Ottoman, end of the 19th c. This is ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical), partly executed in ‘drawn thread work’ (the foundation fabric is deformed to create holes that are then embellished with embroidery).

[Embroidery sample book]

[Embroidery sample book]

Antika

Antika

Antika Osmanlı İşleme Yağlık (8)

Antika Osmanlı İşleme Yağlık (8)

NRN

NRN

Italian | Border, 17th century | Linen, plain gauze weave embroidered with silk floss

Italian | Border, 17th century | Linen, plain gauze weave embroidered with silk floss

silk and metal thread on linen, Turkey, 19th century

silk and metal thread on linen, Turkey, 19th century

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