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

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Ensemble Date: century Culture: Turkish Medium: silk. (A prayer robe for water. It looks like it's split down the sides, which I guess means it's an overrobe, which is fine.

Turkish Embossed  Silver Gilt Thread Embroidery on Blue Silk Velvet.

Late-Ottoman embossed silver gilt thread embroidery on blue silk velvet. The larger segments are raised, by working the goldwork embroidery over a card (board) foundation.

Festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’).  Late-Ottoman, urban, end of 19th century. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’.

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

Festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’).  Late-Ottoman, urban, end of 19th century. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’.

Festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’). Late-Ottoman, urban, end of

Antalya, bride's dress. Turkey トルコ アンタルヤ地方の花嫁

A bride's dress in, Turkey, Antalya. Turkey is south of Euro and border with North Africa , so their clothes is colorful with basic shape textile.

‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress). Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique. The larger segments are raised, by working the goldwork embroidery over a card (board) foundation. Late-Ottoman, urban, circa 1850. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

Robe Date: century Culture: Turkish Medium: cotton, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 57 in.

Woman's 'cepken' (long-sleeved bodice).  Late-Ottoman, mid-19th century.  Part of an urban festive ensemble.  Goldwork embroidery (‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’) on velvet.

Part of an urban festive ensemble. Goldwork embroidery (‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’) on velvet.

Late-Ottoman 'bindallı entari', early 20th century. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’.

Ikietek entari and matching şalvar, late century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Traditional festive costume from Trakya/Thrace.  Turkish, c. 1925.  The velvet ‘şalvar’ (baggy trousers), ‘yelek’ (bodice) & ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) are adorned with ‘goldwork’ embroidery in ‘Rumeli’ style.  (Costume Collection of the Bakırköy Halk Oyunları Derneği, Istanbul).

Traditional festive costume from Trakya/Thrace. Turkish, c. 1925. The velvet ‘şalvar’ (baggy trousers), ‘yelek’ (bodice) & ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) are adorned with ‘goldwork’ embroidery in ‘Rumeli’ style. (Costume Collection of the Bakırköy Halk Oyunları Derneği, Istanbul).

A woman's ‘uckur’ (waistband/sash) with embroidered ends.  From western Anatolia (probably Bursa), late 19th c.  The embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in both multi-coloured silk and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips through the fabric and folding them.).  (Inv.nr. brdw037 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A woman's ‘uckur’ (waistband/sash) with embroidered ends. From western Anatolia…