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Antique Turkish Embroidery

Antique Turkish Embroidery

Ottoman Turkish Garb An Overview of Women’s Clothing an interesting research paper

Ottoman Turkish Garb An Overview of Women’s Clothing an interesting research paper

Salwar Pants; SCA garb - Lady's pants from (Spanish) Book of Games

Salwar Pants; SCA garb - Lady's pants from (Spanish) Book of Games

Salwar

Salwar

Турецкие шальвары

Турецкие шальвары

Clockwise from the top: Turkish slipper from Iran, c. 1867; Syrian bathhouse sandals, c. 1900; Syrian child�s shoes, c. 1900; decorated wooden shoe from Spain, c. 1842; sandals from Bosnia, c. 1900; wooden sabots from France, c. 1918; and red velvet slippers with gold embroidery from Syria, c. 1900. (Photo by Hillel Burger)

Clockwise from the top: Turkish slipper from Iran, c. 1867; Syrian bathhouse sandals, c. 1900; Syrian child�s shoes, c. 1900; decorated wooden shoe from Spain, c. 1842; sandals from Bosnia, c. 1900; wooden sabots from France, c. 1918; and red velvet slippers with gold embroidery from Syria, c. 1900. (Photo by Hillel Burger)

Recreating 16th and 17th Century Clothing: The Renaissance Tailor. Eastern rectangle coat

Recreating 16th and 17th Century Clothing: The Renaissance Tailor. Eastern rectangle coat

Rålamb Costume Book 6  Turkish woman  "Turca"

Rålamb Costume Book 6 Turkish woman "Turca"

Turkish garb color patterns

Turkish garb color patterns

Persian Portrait

Persian Portrait

Persian Miniature

Persian Miniature

Minyatür-miniature. Lady from the Palace. Levni, 18th century.

Minyatür-miniature. Lady from the Palace. Levni, 18th century.

Woman playing the tar in a painting from the Hasht Behesht Palace in Isfahan, Iran, 1669.  Tar (Tār; Persian: تار‎) is a Persian long-necked, waisted instrument, shared by many cultures and countries like Iran, Afghanistan ... etc. The word tar (Persian: تار‎) itself means "string" in Persian. This is claimed to be the root of the names of the Iranian setar and the guitar as well as less widespread instruments such as the dutar and the Indian sitar…

Woman playing the tar in a painting from the Hasht Behesht Palace in Isfahan, Iran, 1669. Tar (Tār; Persian: تار‎) is a Persian long-necked, waisted instrument, shared by many cultures and countries like Iran, Afghanistan ... etc. The word tar (Persian: تار‎) itself means "string" in Persian. This is claimed to be the root of the names of the Iranian setar and the guitar as well as less widespread instruments such as the dutar and the Indian sitar…

Miniaturist Levni. Raks Eden Kadın

Miniaturist Levni. Raks Eden Kadın

Levni- minyatür (Ayten Yaşar)

Levni- minyatür (Ayten Yaşar)

Illustration from Ottoman Wonder Tales (1915) - Charles James Folkard (1878-1963)

Illustration from Ottoman Wonder Tales (1915) - Charles James Folkard (1878-1963)