Woman’s festive ensemble, from Konya.  Late-Ottoman, ca. 1900.  Consisting of a long-sleeved vest, a shirt (middle picture) and baggy trousers (bottom picture).  Moiré silk, adorned with embroideries (golden metal thread in ‘tutturma’ technique / applied cord).  (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil, Istanbul).

Woman’s festive ensemble, from Konya. Late-Ottoman, ca. 1900. Consisting of a long-sleeved vest, a shirt (middle picture) and baggy trousers (bottom picture). Moiré silk, adorned with embroideries (golden metal thread in ‘tutturma’ technique / applied cord). (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil, Istanbul).

Lost Antika Metal Sandalye

Lost Antika Metal Sandalye

Antika Metal Beşiktaş Kara Kartal - Kuş Biblosu

Antika Metal Beşiktaş Kara Kartal - Kuş Biblosu

Mint Silver Antique Art Nouveau Pocket Watch Floral - circa 1900

Mint Silver Antique Art Nouveau Pocket Watch Floral - circa 1900

Woman’s traditional festive ‘arkalık’ (waist cloth, generally worn on the backside), from Sille (near Konya), Turkish, ca. 1925.  Blue silk, adorned with silk embroideries and sequins (both metallic and mica).  Possibly an older piece of Rum (Anatolian Greek) origin.   Until 1922-24 the village was inhabited by Rum people; after they left the village (population exchange of 1922), the new Turkish inhabitants adopted some parts of the former traditional Greek costumes. (Source: Antika Osmanlı…

Woman’s traditional festive ‘arkalık’ (waist cloth, generally worn on the backside), from Sille (near Konya), Turkish, ca. 1925. Blue silk, adorned with silk embroideries and sequins (both metallic and mica). Possibly an older piece of Rum (Anatolian Greek) origin. Until 1922-24 the village was inhabited by Rum people; after they left the village (population exchange of 1922), the new Turkish inhabitants adopted some parts of the former traditional Greek costumes. (Source: Antika Osmanlı…

Woman’s traditional festive shirt, from Sille (near Konya), Turkish, ca. 1925-1950.  Printed cotton; the black & metallic thread brocaded breast part and cuffs are probably recovered from an old (ca. 1900) garment, possibly of Rum (Anatolian Greek) origin.   Until 1922-24 the village was inhabited by Rum people; after they left the village (population exchange of 1922), the new Turkish inhabitants adopted some parts of the former traditional Greek costumes. (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil…

Woman’s traditional festive shirt, from Sille (near Konya), Turkish, ca. 1925-1950. Printed cotton; the black & metallic thread brocaded breast part and cuffs are probably recovered from an old (ca. 1900) garment, possibly of Rum (Anatolian Greek) origin. Until 1922-24 the village was inhabited by Rum people; after they left the village (population exchange of 1922), the new Turkish inhabitants adopted some parts of the former traditional Greek costumes. (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil…

A pair of antique gold pendant earrings in the Etruscan Revival style with applied wirework and repousse detail, in 15k.  	      	  Circa:  	  1870

A pair of antique gold pendant earrings in the Etruscan Revival style with applied wirework and repousse detail, in 15k. Circa: 1870

Late-Ottoman bridal jacket, from Central Anatolia, ca. early 20th century.  Silk velvet, adorned with ‘goldwork’ (silvery metallic thread embroidery in ‘Maraş işi’ / dival technique).  Edged with fur (to be worn outside the warm season).  (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil, Istanbul).

Late-Ottoman bridal jacket, from Central Anatolia, ca. early 20th century. Silk velvet, adorned with ‘goldwork’ (silvery metallic thread embroidery in ‘Maraş işi’ / dival technique). Edged with fur (to be worn outside the warm season). (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil, Istanbul).

‘Uçkur’ (waist band), for women.  Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century. This is ‘two-sided' silk and metal thread embroidery (front and rear are identical).

‘Uçkur’ (waist band), for women. Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century. This is ‘two-sided' silk and metal thread embroidery (front and rear are identical).

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