ottoman turkish robe • silk, cotton and metal • mid 19th Century Compare this to the Turkish robe at the Honolulu Museum of Art
Turkish Robe, 18th century–19th century, silk, metallic, cotton
An elderly Yörük woman from the Ayvacik area (southwestern district of the Çanakkale province). Recent picture (2010s)
Traditional Turkish costume from region of Ankara
Robe Date: late 19th–early 20th century Culture: Turkish Medium: cotton
‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress). Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique. Late-Ottoman, urban, circa 1900.
Two bridal costumes from Bigadiç (Balikesir prov.), both with goldwork embroideries. Late-Ottoman, urban style, mid-19th century. Left: a ‘bindallı entari’; right: an ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels).
Bridal ensemble (skirt + long-sleeved bodice). Late-Ottoman, mid-19th century. From Istanbul or Izmir. Goldwork embroidery on light blue silk.
Girl Dressed in National Costume, Istanbul, Turkey Stock Photo