Crown | The Met
CrownThis pointed silver "crown" exhibits typical Yomut features of small colored stones and stamped silver decoration in delicate designs of small-scale patterns. The base and pointed top of the cap are lavishly ornamented with 208 turquoise beads, set in two circular bands and organized into triangular plaques at the top
Each of seven Turkey regions has its own clothing traditions and features
Turkey is a country with old clothing traditions. Their roots are in the Ottoman Empire which has formed Turkish cultural and traditional heritage pretty much. Even hundreds of years after the Ottoman Empire, Turkish national costume has a lot of features typical for those days. But today few people in Turkey wear traditional clothing in day-to-day life. Men usually use European style of clothes or mix some elements of folk dress with western pieces of attire. Women wear national costumes…
Costume of the Anatri Chuvash
Hello all. Today we are going to cover the folk costume of the Anatri Chuvash. The Chuvash live in the mid-Volga region, like the various peoples we have been covering. They live in the Chuvash republic, which is indicated in dark blue on the map above, south of the Mari, shown in red, north of the Mordvin Republic, shown in brown, and west of Tatarstan, shown in bright green. In fact, they also live scattered over a wide area south and east of the Chuvash Republic as well, as shown by the…
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Igsalik (Spindle-Bag), Yomut Turkmen, Central Asia / spindle-bag (igsalik) was made for the sole purpose of containing spindles / dates to the last quarter of the 19th century / made by Yomut Turkmen tribe in the trans-Caspian Steppes.
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Anderí, red silk coat dress. Turkey(?). Late 19th c.© Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation. The silk fabric is embroidered with floral designs in gold thread. The anderí has an upright collar with an embroidered black velvet facing, and long slit sleeves lined with mauve and red satin. It is also slit down the sides. The garment is decorated with gold braid, priestly gold passementerie, gold cord and beige lace with blue floral designs all round.