Details of a large embroidered headscarf (fragment), Crimean Tatar, from Turkey, ca. 1900. Called 'marama'. Embroidered in mercerized cotton on cotton (organdy), 79 cm wide fragment, with two existing ends. Height of embroidery (from the tip of twigs to the edge of cloth): 12 cm. The design and technique are similar to embroideries seen in 19th century pieces produced in Ottoman Turkey. (The Asiye-Zeynep Collection, Washington DC).