Embroidered Turkish textile, 17th century

Embroidery Textile Turkish , century Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Gift of John Goelet ,

An embroidered sleeve of a woman's shirt.  From Bulgaria/Lovech region, early 20th century.

An embroidered sleeve of a woman's shirt. From Bulgaria/Lovech region, early…

Close-ups of the (wool on cotton) embroidered front of a ‘göynek’ (woman’s under-dress).  From the Konya region, 1925-1950.  Ethnic group: (probably) Yörük. (Inv.nr. gnk007 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Close-ups of the (wool on cotton) embroidered front of a ‘göynek’ (woman’s underdress). From the Konya region, Ethnic group: (probably) Yörük.

Fragment of a Bed Curtain,1600s-1700s..Embroidery :silk on linen tabby ground

Fragment of an embrtoidered bed curtain. From Crete, Ottoman era, or century. Embroidery: silk on linen tabby ground, (Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio).

Embroidered 'peşkir' (hand towel) or ‘yağlık’ (large handkerchief, usually worn in the waist belt), late-Ottoman, 19th century. From Anatolia. 'Two-sided embroidery' in multi-coloured silk on a cotton & silk fabric. (Museum für Völkerkunde, Dresden).

Embroidered 'peşkir' (hand towel) or ‘yağlık’ (large handkerchief, usually worn in the waist belt), late-Ottoman, century. From Anatolia. 'Two-sided embroidery' in multi-coloured silk on a cotton & silk fabric.

Border Crete, Greece (made) Date:1700-1800 (made) Materials and Techniques: Linen and cotton (fustian) embroidered with silk thread

Border

Crete Greece, linen and cotton embroidered with silk Victoria Albert Museum. This embroidered border was collected by Thomas Sandwith, British Consul-General in Crete from 1870 to

ANTIQUE MID 19th CENTURY OTTOMAN TURKISH SILK & METALLIC EMBROIDERED LINEN TOWEL in Antiques, Asian/Oriental Antiques, Islamic/Middle Eastern | eBay

ANTIQUE MID 19th CENTURY OTTOMAN TURKISH SILK & METALLIC EMBROIDERED LINEN TOWEL in Antiques, Asian/Oriental Antiques, Islamic/Middle Eastern | eBay

Cushion coverIonian Islands, Greece (made) Date:1700-1800 (made) Materials and Techniques: Silk and metal thread on linen; split, stem, dreawn thread work and whipped stitch.

Cushion cover

Cushion cover Place of origin: Ionian Islands, Greece Materials and Techniques: Silk and metal thread on linen; split, stem, drawn thread work and whipped stitch.

Greek Embroidery ( Mytilene) size: 28 x 71 cm

Greek Embroidery ( Mytilene) size: 28 x 71 cm

early 18th.Ottoman embroidery silk on linen.size 98 x 102 cm

early embroidery silk on linen.size 98 x 102 cm

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