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Mamut Churlu

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Detail of a napkin, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920.  Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 58 x 69 cm.  Featuring a 'Tree of Life' motif with flowers and leaves, worked in double running and satin stitches in colors of green, red, blue, purple, fuchsia, black & metallic (golden) strips, worked in 'telkırma'-technique.  The motif repeated 3 times along width of cloth.  Height of the embroidery (from the tip of flowers to the end of cloth): 19 cm.  (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington…

Detail of a napkin, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 58 x 69 cm. Featuring a 'Tree of Life' motif with flowers and leaves, worked in double running and satin stitches in colors of green, red, blue, purple, fuchsia, black & metallic (golden) strips, worked in 'telkırma'-technique. The motif repeated 3 times along width of cloth. Height of the embroidery (from the tip of flowers to the end of cloth): 19 cm. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington…

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered in multi-coloured cotton and metallic (silver) thread on a cotton (muslin) fabric, 68 x 138 cm. Height of embroidery (from the tip of black twigs to the edge of cloth): 15 cm. Note the border in double running stitch, found in other Crimean Tatar embroidered work. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered in multi-coloured cotton and metallic (silver) thread on a cotton (muslin) fabric, 68 x 138 cm. Height of embroidery (from the tip of black twigs to the edge of cloth): 15 cm. Note the border in double running stitch, found in other Crimean Tatar embroidered work. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920.  Called 'marama'.  Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 67 x 144 cm.  Each motif repeated three times; height of embroidery (from the tip of leaves to the edge of cloth): 12 cm. Border in double running stitch (a common design in Crimean Tatar embroidery). (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

Details of a large embroidered headscarf, Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, 1870-1920. Called 'marama'. Embroidered on cotton (muslin), 67 x 144 cm. Each motif repeated three times; height of embroidery (from the tip of leaves to the edge of cloth): 12 cm. Border in double running stitch (a common design in Crimean Tatar embroidery). (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

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One end of an ‘uçkur’ (woman's sash / waist band) with embroidered ends.  Crimean Tatar, probably from Romania, ca. 1900.  Cotton (muslin), 28 x 168 cm.  Featuring a 'Tree of Life' motif. Height of the embroidery (from the tip of flower to edge of cloth: 22 cm. On the back of cloth there is stamp, in Russian, indicating the Crimean origin of the sash.  (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

One end of an ‘uçkur’ (woman's sash / waist band) with embroidered ends. Crimean Tatar, probably from Romania, ca. 1900. Cotton (muslin), 28 x 168 cm. Featuring a 'Tree of Life' motif. Height of the embroidery (from the tip of flower to edge of cloth: 22 cm. On the back of cloth there is stamp, in Russian, indicating the Crimean origin of the sash. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).

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