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Two traditional ‘gerdanlık’ (tight-fitting necklaces) from northwestern Anatolia.  Rural jewelry, ca; 1900-1950.  Purchased in Bursa.  Top: silver, glass beads and set glass paste.  Five small late-Ottoman coins. (Inv.n° müç030).  Bottom: silver & coral, five small late-Ottoman coins.  Width: 22½ cm.  (Inv.n° müç130 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Two traditional ‘gerdanlık’ (tight-fitting necklaces) from northwestern Anatolia. Rural jewelry, ca; 1900-1950. Purchased in Bursa. Top: silver, glass beads and set glass paste. Five small late-Ottoman coins. (Inv.n° müç030). Bottom: silver & coral, five small late-Ottoman coins. Width: 22½ cm. (Inv.n° müç130 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional ‘gerdanlık’ (tight-fitting necklace) from northwestern Anatolia.  Rural, poor people's jewel, restrung ca. 1950-1975 with plastic & glass beads (one of these a 'göz'/eye-amulet) and much older (ca. 1900) silver & silver alloy components and dangles, a small pendent with a cut glass stone, and 4 late-Ottoman coins.  Purchased in Bursa in 1996.  (Inv.n° müç118 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional ‘gerdanlık’ (tight-fitting necklace) from northwestern Anatolia. Rural, poor people's jewel, restrung ca. 1950-1975 with plastic & glass beads (one of these a 'göz'/eye-amulet) and much older (ca. 1900) silver & silver alloy components and dangles, a small pendent with a cut glass stone, and 4 late-Ottoman coins. Purchased in Bursa in 1996. (Inv.n° müç118 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Osmanlı-Giysi-Bayan

Osmanlı-Giysi-Bayan

Late-Ottoman velvet shoes. Decorated with goldwork embroidery. Circa 1900.

Late-Ottoman velvet shoes. Decorated with goldwork embroidery. Circa 1900.

Women’s belt buckle decorated with a floral design in filigree enamel and six pointed star. Late-Ottoman, ca. 1800-1850.  The six-pointed star (‘Davut Yıldızı’ = Star of David) was used by Muslims and Christians.   This jewel was brought to Greece as a heirloom by refugees from Anatolia (possibly from the Konya region).

Women’s belt buckle decorated with a floral design in filigree enamel and six pointed star. Late-Ottoman, ca. 1800-1850. The six-pointed star (‘Davut Yıldızı’ = Star of David) was used by Muslims and Christians. This jewel was brought to Greece as a heirloom by refugees from Anatolia (possibly from the Konya region).

Women’s ‘toka’ (belt buckle).  From the Konya region, late 19th century.  Silver guilt metal and glass paste.  Purchased in Bozkır in 1992.  (Inv.nr. müç034  - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Women’s ‘toka’ (belt buckle). From the Konya region, late 19th century. Silver guilt metal and glass paste. Purchased in Bozkır in 1992. (Inv.nr. müç034 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Two bracelets.  Late-Ottoman, from Anatolia, 19th century. Top: handcuff-formed white metal bracelet, gold gilded.  With corals and green & pink stones set in a blossom-shape.  Width: 58 mm. Bottom: 18-carat gold.  11 rows of half globes, affixed to each other and sewn to the white linen tissue.  With a quadrangle closing-plaque, adorned with globes.  10 x 20 cm. (both: Ankara Ethnographic Museum).

Two bracelets. Late-Ottoman, from Anatolia, 19th century. Top: handcuff-formed white metal bracelet, gold gilded. With corals and green & pink stones set in a blossom-shape. Width: 58 mm. Bottom: 18-carat gold. 11 rows of half globes, affixed to each other and sewn to the white linen tissue. With a quadrangle closing-plaque, adorned with globes. 10 x 20 cm. (both: Ankara Ethnographic Museum).

Ankara, Beypazari young bride's wedding dress. Turkey

Ankara, Beypazari young bride's wedding dress. Turkey

Øst-Telemark

Øst-Telemark

'Gerdanlık' (choker necklace) with three pendents.  Late-Ottoman, ca. 1900.  Possibly from the western Black Sea coast (Safranbolu and surroundings).  Silver, coral, glass paste.  Purchased in Bursa, in 1993.  (Inv.n° müç051 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

'Gerdanlık' (choker necklace) with three pendents. Late-Ottoman, ca. 1900. Possibly from the western Black Sea coast (Safranbolu and surroundings). Silver, coral, glass paste. Purchased in Bursa, in 1993. (Inv.n° müç051 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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