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‘Bindallı entari’: wedding dress, from Edirne. Late-Ottoman, urban style, early 20th century. Belonged to a Jewish family. Goldwork on velvet. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’. (Israel Museum, Jerusalem).

‘Bindallı entari’: wedding dress, from Edirne. Lat e-Ottoman, urban style, early century. Belonged to a Jewish family. Goldwork on velvet.

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

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

‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress). Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique. Late-Ottoman, urban, circa 1840.

1840 c. A Woman's Kaftan worn at Court. The purple silk velvet is embroidered with gold thread strip and sequins in dival embroidery and in stem stitch. The pattern is 'Shah's pleasure'.

An ‘ikietek entari’ (festive robe with two panels). Late-Ottoman, urban, end of 19th century. Adorned with goldwork embroidery in ‘Maraş işio’-technique. (Sadberk Hanim Museum).

An ‘ikietek entari’, late-Ottoman, end of century urban. (festive robe with two panels). Adorned with goldwork embroidery in ‘Maraş işio’-technique. At The Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul - Turkey.

Wedding Dress Early 20th Century Edirne, Turkey Israel Museum

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Wedding dress, bindallı in blue velvet embroidered in gold kabarma. Turkey, Ottoman art, nineteenth century.

The Ottoman art, "Bindallı" wedding dress in silk blue velvet, hand embroidered with the gold threads in relief form (gold kabarma) century, Turkey.

‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress). Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique. Late-Ottoman, urban, circa 1900.

‘Bindallı entari’ (traditional bridal / festive woman’s dress). Adorned with goldwork in ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’ technique.

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

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

Embroidered women’s ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) from Balıkesir (central district). Part of a festive costume, early 20th century. Golden metal thread on silk velvet; embroidery technique: ‘kordon tutturma’ (applied cord). (Inv.nr. cep029 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Embroidered women’s ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved vest) from Balıkesir (central…

Red velvet vest for women. Heavily embroidered with pearls and metallic thread. From Albania, late-Ottoman era, early 20th century.

Red velvet vest for women. Heavily embroidered with pearls and metallic thread. From Albania, late-Ottoman era, early century.

Antique Turkish Costumes - Dark Blue women's caftan with Gold hand embroidery

Festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’). Late-Ottoman, urban, ca. The larger segments are raised, by working the goldwork embroidery over a card (board) foundation.

Festive ‘bindallı entari’ (embroidered robe) from the Çubuk district (35 km North of Ankara). Urban style, first half of 20th century. ‘Goldwork’ embroidery on velvet (technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’). Source: ‘Antika Osmanlı Tekstil, Istanbul’.

Festive ‘bindallı entari’ (embroidered robe) from the Çubuk district km North of Ankara). Urban style, first half of century. ‘Goldwork’ embroidery on velvet (technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’).

Festive urban costume with ‘bindallı entari & cepken’ (embroidered robe and long vest). Late-Ottoman, from Konya, circa 1800. Adorned with goldwork embroidery on velvet, minuscule golden spirals and small copper sequins. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Festive urban costume with ‘bindallı entari & cepken’ (embroidered robe and long vest). Late-Ottoman, from Konya, circa 1800. Adorned with goldwork embroidery on velvet, minuscule golden spirals and small copper sequins. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).