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Embroidered ‘yağlık’ (large handkerchief, part of traditional festive costumes, usually worn in the waist belt).  From the district of Ödemiş (prov. Izmir), late-Ottoman era, early 20th century.  (Source: Antika Osmanlı Tekstil, Istanbul).

Embroidered ‘yağlık’ (large handkerchief, part of traditional festive costumes…

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