Turkish costume

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Traditional Turkish costume from region of Ankara

Traditional Turkish costume from region of Ankara (patterns)

Turkish folkloric performance costume

Traditional festive village costume, from the province of Edirne (Turkish Thrace). This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Chaldean in traditional Turkish costume holding rifle and smoking pipe istanbul turkey 1869

Chaldean man in traditional Turkish costume, posed before a backdrop, holding…

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Traditional festive costume from the 'Teke' region (Burdur, Isparta, Elmalı). This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

8 Khoumbaradji, Mortar GunnersGunner, Foot Artillery. Elbicei Antiquities. Museum of Old Turkish Costumes of Istanbul by Jean Brindesi and colourists: Bayalos, Raunheim and Lemoine. Published by Lemercier, Paris, 1855

8 Khoumbaradji, Mortar GunnersGunner, Foot Artillery. Elbicei Antiquities. Museum of Old Turkish Costumes of Istanbul by Jean Brindesi and colourists: Bayalos, Raunheim and Lemoine. Published by Lemercier, Paris, 1855

Turkish costume 1900s

Individuals wearing traditional clothing from Aleppo, Ottoman Empire, c. 1873 / Depicts (L to R) - Married Jewish woman, Bedouin man;

Simon Lutrell of Lutellstown in Turkish Costume - Liothard

Simon Lutrell of Lutellstown in Turkish Costume - Liothard

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This photo from Mugla, Aegean is titled 'Fethiye Market'.

12 Bash Cavus, Officer of Order. Kol Kiayassi, Lieutenant General. Capidji Baschi, Chamberlain. Tschaousch Orta, Regimental Fourrier. Elbicei Antiquities. Museum of Old Turkish Costumes of Istanbul by Jean Brindesi and colourists: Bayalos, Raunheim and Lemoine. Published by Lemercier, Paris, 1855

12 Bash Cavus, Officer of Order. Kol Kiayassi, Lieutenant General. Capidji Baschi, Chamberlain. Tschaousch Orta, Regimental Fourrier. Elbicei Antiquities. Museum of Old Turkish Costumes of Istanbul by Jean Brindesi and colourists: Bayalos, Raunheim and Lemoine. Published by Lemercier, Paris, 1855

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