ottoman turkish robe • silk, cotton and metal • mid 19th Century Compare this to the Turkish robe at the Honolulu Museum of Art

Robe Date: century Culture: Turkish Medium: silk, cotton, metallic Dimensions: Length at CB: 60 in.

Turkish, robe

Turkish, robe- Traditional old special clothes for Turks.valuable and very very fine and expensive works on them all.

An elderly Yörük woman from the Ayvacik area (southwestern district of the Çanakkale province).   Recent picture (2010s)

An elderly Yörük woman from the Ayvacik area (southwestern district of the Çanakkale province). Recent picture

Traditional Turkish costume from region of Ankara

Traditional Turkish costume from region of Ankara (patterns)

Robe  Date:     late 19th–early 20th century Culture:     Turkish Medium:     cotton

Robe Date: late century Culture: Turkish Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in. cm) Length at CF: 52 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Mrs.

‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress).  Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique.  Late-Ottoman, urban, circa 1900.

‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress). Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique.

Bridal ensemble (skirt + long-sleeved bodice).  Late-Ottoman, mid-19th century.  From Istanbul or Izmir.  Goldwork embroidery on light blue silk.

Bridal ensemble from the Aegean region. Late-Ottoman, urban style, second half of century. 'Goldwork' embroidery (technique: ‘Maraş işi’) on light blue silk.

Girl Dressed in National Costume, Istanbul, Turkey Stock Photo

Close-up of two young women dressed in traditional clothing, Turkey Stock Photo

Traditional bridal/festive ensemble, late 19th century.  Ethnic Macedonian,  from the village of Pirin (Sandanski region, southwest-Bulgaria).

Ethnic Macedonian, from the village of Pirin (Sandanski region, southwest-Bulgaria).

Küre Dağları’ndan  Fotoğrafı gönderen: Faruk Akbaş

Küre Dağları’ndan Fotoğrafı gönderen: Faruk Akbaş

Traditional hand-knitted woollen socks, for women.   From the Türkmen villages to the north of Dursunbey (80 km east of Balıkesir).  Probably from Durabeyler, ca. 1950-1975. (Inv.n° çor080 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional hand-knitted woollen socks, for women. From the Türkmen villages to the north of Dursunbey km east of Balıkesir). Probably from Durabeyler, ca.n° - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

osmanlıda entari örnekleri - Google'da Ara

Original taken from marmara_calypso in Ottoman Turkish women's dresses women's dresses "èntari" was x-shaped silhouette, hinged on the center of the waist line.

Authentic outfit of an ‘Efe / Zeybek’ from the Izmir/ Aydın region.  This man was probably a member (or the son of a member) of the ‘Kuva-yi Milliye’ (Nationalist Forces, which refers to the irregular Turkish militia forces in the early period of the Turkish War of Independence); they still use to gather on the annual ‘Kurtuluş Günleri’ (Liberation days), which celebrate the victory over the Greek army in 1922.

Authentic outfit of an ‘Efe / Zeybek’ from the Izmir/ Aydın region. This man was probably a member (or the son of a member) of the ‘Kuva-yi Milliye’ (Nationalist Forces, which refers to the irregular Turkish militia forces in the early period of the Turkish War of Independence); they still use to gather on the annual ‘Kurtuluş Günleri’ (Liberation days), which celebrate the victory over the Greek army in 1922.

Türkiye Türkleri - Түркия түрік

Türkiye Türkleri - Түркия түрік

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