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Royal School of Needlework Goldwork Hand Embroidery Kits and Threads, Royal School of Needlework

Royal School of Needlework Goldwork Hand Embroidery Kits and Threads, Royal School of Needlework

One of both embroidered ends of a woman’s uçkur (waistband/sash), + close-ups.  From the Bursa region, late 19th c.  The embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in both ‘golden’ metallic thread and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips – often silver - through the fabric and folding them.).  (Inv.nr. brdw038 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

One of both embroidered ends of a woman’s uçkur (waistband/sash), + close-ups. From the Bursa region, late 19th c. The embroidery is ‘two-sided’ (identical on both sides of the fabric) and is executed in both ‘golden’ metallic thread and ‘tel kırma’ (motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips – often silver - through the fabric and folding them.). (Inv.nr. brdw038 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

#Tel #sarma

#Tel #sarma

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One of both embroidered ends of a woman’s ‘uckur’ (waistband/sash).  From western Anatolia (probably Bursa), 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).

One of both embroidered ends of a woman’s ‘uckur’ (waistband/sash). From western Anatolia (probably Bursa), 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 ‘yazma’ (headscarf) from the Bursa - Bilecik region.  Ca. 1925-1950.  Red cotton fabric, embroidered in ‘tel kırma’-technique: motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips (often silver) through the fabric and folding them. The motifs obtained are identical on both sides of the fabric.  Edged with twisted metallic thread, combined with metal sequins.  (Inv.n° yaz077 - Kavak Collection,Antwerpen/Belgium).

Bridal ‘yazma’ (headscarf) from the Bursa - Bilecik region. Ca. 1925-1950. Red cotton fabric, embroidered in ‘tel kırma’-technique: motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips (often silver) through the fabric and folding them. The motifs obtained are identical on both sides of the fabric. Edged with twisted metallic thread, combined with metal sequins. (Inv.n° yaz077 - Kavak Collection,Antwerpen/Belgium).

Kendi Çalışmalarım. Türkişi ,koton kumaş üzerine ipek iplik ve tel ile işlendi. Muşabak ve tel sarma tekniği kullanıldı.

Kendi Çalışmalarım. Türkişi ,koton kumaş üzerine ipek iplik ve tel ile işlendi. Muşabak ve tel sarma tekniği kullanıldı.

The Greek Institute Tsevres from Thrace - stylized poppies and tulips

The Greek Institute Tsevres from Thrace - stylized poppies and tulips

by Ufuk Yılmaz

by Ufuk Yılmaz

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