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STELA 9 Elote Bucket Bag in Hacienda

STELA 9 Elote Bucket Bag in Hacienda

Satin  ‘şalvar’ (trousers), embroidered ‘uçkur’ (waist band) and leather footwear.  For women.  Late-Ottoman, 18th or 19th century. (Topkapı Palace Museum).

Satin ‘şalvar’ (trousers), embroidered ‘uçkur’ (waist band) and leather footwear. For women. Late-Ottoman, 18th or 19th century. (Topkapı Palace Museum).

c. 1920's Flapper Headpiece with Embroidery and Bead Fringe

c. 1920's Flapper Headpiece with Embroidery and Bead Fringe

c. 1920’s flapper headpiece with embroidery and bead fringe

c. 1920’s flapper headpiece with embroidery and bead fringe

Traditional bridal headgear from the Karaburun district of Izmir.  Picture taken in the 1980s. The ‘golden crown’ (called ‘gelin çalısı’) is made of gold leaf.  (Source: Sabiha Tansuğ).

Traditional bridal headgear from the Karaburun district of Izmir. Picture taken in the 1980s. The ‘golden crown’ (called ‘gelin çalısı’) is made of gold leaf. (Source: Sabiha Tansuğ).

A woman's ‘uckur’ (waistband/sash) with embroidered ends.  From northwestern Anatolia (probably the Aegean region), late 19th c.  The embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in both multi-coloured silk and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips through the fabric and folding them.).  (Inv.nr. brdw037 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A woman's ‘uckur’ (waistband/sash) with embroidered ends. From northwestern Anatolia (probably the Aegean region), late 19th c. The embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in both multi-coloured silk and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips through the fabric and folding them.). (Inv.nr. brdw037 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Bridal headgear with a rural ‘paralı fes’ (= hat with money).  The headgear is adorned in the Aegean style.   Circa 1925.  The hat has a cotton base; its front shows six rows of old coins and metal ornaments.  On exhibit in the Silifke Provincial Museum.  (© Dick Osseman).

Bridal headgear with a rural ‘paralı fes’ (= hat with money). The headgear is adorned in the Aegean style. Circa 1925. The hat has a cotton base; its front shows six rows of old coins and metal ornaments. On exhibit in the Silifke Provincial Museum. (© Dick Osseman).

Bridal headgear with a rural ‘paralı fes’ (= hat with money).  The headgear is adorned in the Aegean style.   Circa 1925.  The hat has a cotton base; its front shows six rows of old coins and metal ornaments.  On exhibit in the Izmir Ethnographic Museum.  (Kavak Archives, © J.M. Criel).

Bridal headgear with a rural ‘paralı fes’ (= hat with money). The headgear is adorned in the Aegean style. Circa 1925. The hat has a cotton base; its front shows six rows of old coins and metal ornaments. On exhibit in the Izmir Ethnographic Museum. (Kavak Archives, © J.M. Criel).

Bridal headgear from Northwestern Anatolia.  Late-Ottoman, urban style, c. early 20th century.  On exhibit in the Izmir Ethnographic Museum.  (Kavak Archives, © J.M. Criel).

Bridal headgear from Northwestern Anatolia. Late-Ottoman, urban style, c. early 20th century. On exhibit in the Izmir Ethnographic Museum. (Kavak Archives, © J.M. Criel).