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Bulgarian Embroidery

Bulgarian Embroidery

PARA KESESİ-   money purse

PARA KESESİ- money purse

Pano

Pano

Neşe'nin gözdeleri

Neşe'nin gözdeleri

Neşe'nin gözdeleri

Neşe'nin gözdeleri

Yogurtcu

Yogurtcu

Türk işi

Türk işi

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Neşe'nin gözdeleri

Neşe'nin gözdeleri

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An ‘uckur’ (woman’s waistband/sash) with embroidered ends.  From the Turkish villages in the northern part of the Burgas province (Bulgaria), mid-20th century.  The embroidery is only partly ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in cotton on linen.  The waistband’s ends are edged with a blue ‘pullu oyası’ (Turkish lace combined with metal sequins).  (Inv.nr. brdw045 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

An ‘uckur’ (woman’s waistband/sash) with embroidered ends. From the Turkish villages in the northern part of the Burgas province (Bulgaria), mid-20th century. The embroidery is only partly ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in cotton on linen. The waistband’s ends are edged with a blue ‘pullu oyası’ (Turkish lace combined with metal sequins). (Inv.nr. brdw045 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920.  Called 'marama'.  Embroidered in multi-coloured cotton and metallic (silver) thread on a cotton (muslin) fabric, 68 x 138 cm. Height of embroidery (from the tip of black twigs to the edge of cloth): 15 cm. Note the border in double running stitch, found in other Crimean Tatar embroidered work.  (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered in multi-coloured cotton and metallic (silver) thread on a cotton (muslin) fabric, 68 x 138 cm. Height of embroidery (from the tip of black twigs to the edge of cloth): 15 cm. Note the border in double running stitch, found in other Crimean Tatar embroidered work. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).