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A traditional festive (‘summer’) costume from the Konya province. Late-Ottoman urban fashion, end of 19th century. With an ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels) and an ‘arkalık’ (triangular waistcloth) in silk discontinuous (‘broché’) brocade. They date, as well as the jewelry, from 1875-1900, or earlier. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A traditional festive (‘summer’) costume from the Konya province. Late-Ottoman urban fashion, end of 19th century. With an ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels) and an ‘arkalık’ (triangular waistcloth) in silk discontinuous (‘broché’) brocade. They date, as well as the jewelry, from 1875-1900, or earlier. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive women’s hats, from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), ca. 1925-1950. Adorned with metallic & mica sequins, several types of glass beads and balls, cotton ‘oya’ (Turkish lace) and late-Ottoman coins. Topped with a silver(y) ‘tepelik’ (hat cover). (Source: Tekin Uludoğan, Balıkesir).

Traditional festive women’s hats, from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), ca. 1925-1950. Adorned with metallic & mica sequins, several types of glass beads and balls, cotton ‘oya’ (Turkish lace) and late-Ottoman coins. Topped with a silver(y) ‘tepelik’ (hat cover). (Source: Tekin Uludoğan, Balıkesir).

Close-up of a traditional bridal costume from Türkmen villages in the Dinar district (Afyon province), e.g. in the valley of Çölovası. Clothing style of the 1950s. The copper, nickle and silver coins adorning the headgear, and the beadwork necklaces are late-Ottoman (19th – early 20th century). (Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Close-up of a traditional bridal costume from Türkmen villages in the Dinar district (Afyon province), e.g. in the valley of Çölovası. Clothing style of the 1950s. The copper, nickle and silver coins adorning the headgear, and the beadwork necklaces are late-Ottoman (19th – early 20th century). (Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Çete Emir Ayşe

Çete Emir Ayşe

Traditional bridal costume from the Balıkesir province. Clothing style: ca. 1925-1950. With a velvet 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe).

Traditional bridal costume from the Balıkesir province. Clothing style: ca. 1925-1950. With a velvet 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe).

muğla milas çomakdağ yörükleri - Google'da Ara

muğla milas çomakdağ yörükleri - Google'da Ara

Anadolu Elişi | Çorap Ve Eldiven   turk kulturu ve el sanatlarimiz

Anadolu Elişi | Çorap Ve Eldiven turk kulturu ve el sanatlarimiz

Two close-ups of a traditional festive costume from Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c.  Setting: ‘nişanlı kız’ (betrothed girl).  First picture: the upper half of the front; second picture: the lower part of the rear.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Two close-ups of a traditional festive costume from Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.), mid-20th c. Setting: ‘nişanlı kız’ (betrothed girl). First picture: the upper half of the front; second picture: the lower part of the rear. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Yörük Beyi

Yörük Beyi

Traditional festive costume from the Marmara region. Dating: 1900-1925. The trousers and long-sleeved vest in striped silk, and the velvet jacket are embroidered (‘golden’ thread in ‘kordon tutturma’ technique/applied cord). (Kavak Folklor Ekibi&Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume from the Marmara region. Dating: 1900-1925. The trousers and long-sleeved vest in striped silk, and the velvet jacket are embroidered (‘golden’ thread in ‘kordon tutturma’ technique/applied cord). (Kavak Folklor Ekibi&Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive headgear of an Üsküdarlı Tahtacı woman, from the Bergama region.  Consisting in a large white headscarf (adorned with coloured ribbons, metallic sequins, glass beads & silk tassels), two smaller scarves, a forehead band, a chin band and temple ornaments; the latter three are adorned with metal sequins and/or glass beadwork.  Clothing style: ca. 1970. The Tahtacı are Alevi Türkmen.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive headgear of an Üsküdarlı Tahtacı woman, from the Bergama region. Consisting in a large white headscarf (adorned with coloured ribbons, metallic sequins, glass beads & silk tassels), two smaller scarves, a forehead band, a chin band and temple ornaments; the latter three are adorned with metal sequins and/or glass beadwork. Clothing style: ca. 1970. The Tahtacı are Alevi Türkmen. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Little girl in traditional attire. In the village of Çomakdağ (district of Milas, Muğla province).

Little girl in traditional attire. In the village of Çomakdağ (district of Milas, Muğla province).

A traditional festive headgear of Yörük women in the western districts of the Balıkesir province. Clothing style: recent (1950-2000).

A traditional festive headgear of Yörük women in the western districts of the Balıkesir province. Clothing style: recent (1950-2000).

19.yy.'da kullanılmış olan ipek gelin kıyafeti (Sadberk Hanım Müzesi, Envanter No : 1788-K.294 ab)

19.yy.'da kullanılmış olan ipek gelin kıyafeti (Sadberk Hanım Müzesi, Envanter No : 1788-K.294 ab)

Folk dancers in the traditional late-19th century outfit of the ‘Efe’ (or: ‘Zeybek’) from the province of Izmir. The ‘Efe / Zeybek’ were the 18th-19th century people’s militia of the Aegean coastal area, who sometimes turned themselves into professional brigands. The costumes on the picture are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups.

Folk dancers in the traditional late-19th century outfit of the ‘Efe’ (or: ‘Zeybek’) from the province of Izmir. The ‘Efe / Zeybek’ were the 18th-19th century people’s militia of the Aegean coastal area, who sometimes turned themselves into professional brigands. The costumes on the picture are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups.

Eski-Datca-Koyu

Eski-Datca-Koyu