An ‘uçkur’ (sash / waist band), generally worn by women. From the rural Sakarya region (north of Bilecik), 1900-1950. Stylized vegetable motifs. Open work embroidery with polychrome silk on cotton. Small sections embroidered with ‘gold’ metal thread. Both embroidery techniques are ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides). (Kavak Collection of Anatolian Textiles -Antwerpen/Belgium).

An ‘uçkur’ (sash / waist band), generally worn by women. From the rural…

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‘Uçkur’ (waist band), for women. Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century. This is ‘two-sided' silk and metal thread embroidery (front and rear are identical).

‘Uçkur’ (waist band), for women. Late-Ottoman, end of century. This is ‘two-sided' silk and metal thread embroidery (front and rear are identical).

An ‘uçkur’ (sash / waist band) with embroidered tips. Generally worn by women. Embroderies in silver thread and silk, 18th century.

An ‘uçkur’ (sash / waist band) with embroidered tips. Generally worn by women. Embroderies in silver thread and silk, century.

Turkish ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical).   Napkin, 19th century. Could also be used as an apron in festive women’s costumes (generally in Thrace and northwest Anatolia).

Turkish ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical). Could also be used as an apron in festive women’s costumes (generally in Thrace and northwest Anatolia).

Turkish ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical).   Napkin, 19th century. Could also be used as an apron in festive women’s costumes (generally in Thrace and northwest Anatolia).

Turkish ‘two-sided embroidery’ (front and rear are identical). Could also be used as an apron in festive women’s costumes (generally in Thrace and northwest Anatolia).

A ‘çevre’ (square kerchief; a decorative accessory, for the interior, but also used in costumes by both men and women). From the Bursa region. Ca. 1925-1950. The ‘tel kırma’ embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides); motives are obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips (often silver) through the fabric and folding them. Design: leaves and twigs. (Kavak Collection of Anatolian Textiles -Antwerpen/Belgium).

A ‘çevre’ (square kerchief; a decorative accessory, for the interior, but also used in costumes by both men and women). From the Bursa region. Ca. 1925-1950. The ‘tel kırma’ embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides); motives are obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips (often silver) through the fabric and folding them. Design: leaves and twigs. (Kavak Collection of Anatolian Textiles -Antwerpen/Belgium).

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