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Turkish bridal/festive robe.  Late-Ottoman, urban fashion, 19th century.   Called: ‘bindallı entari’ (robe with thousand branches). ‘Goldwork’ embroidery on velvet; embroidery technique: ‘Maraş işi’.

Turkish bridal/festive robe. Late-Ottoman, urban fashion, 19th century. Called: ‘bindallı entari’ (robe with thousand branches). ‘Goldwork’ embroidery on velvet; embroidery technique: ‘Maraş işi’.

Bindallı entari.  Goldwork on velvet. Late 19th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum.

Bindallı entari. Goldwork on velvet. Late 19th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum.

Applique kaftan, mid-17th century, with chintamani (literally "auspicious jewels") motifs. The huge scale ofthese designs, typical of the Ottoman royal costumes, served as a means of projecting the Ottoman Sultan's image and power visually over large distances in public ceremonies with large crowds of attendants and spectators

Applique kaftan, mid-17th century, with chintamani (literally "auspicious jewels") motifs. The huge scale ofthese designs, typical of the Ottoman royal costumes, served as a means of projecting the Ottoman Sultan's image and power visually over large distances in public ceremonies with large crowds of attendants and spectators

Turkey, Ottoman embroidered lady's robe (entari), the pink silk robe embroidered in gilt-metal threads and sequins with floral sprays, trimmed with an ornate gilt-metal braid, 18th century

Turkey, Ottoman embroidered lady's robe (entari), the pink silk robe embroidered in gilt-metal threads and sequins with floral sprays, trimmed with an ornate gilt-metal braid, 18th century

Pirpiri, a woman’s coat embellished with terzidiko (gold braid) embroidery on wool felt. Crowned double-headed eagles appear among the foliate themes of the decoration. From Ioannina in Epiros. 19th c. H. 1.23 m. (EΕ 1637)  (Ottoman era)

Pirpiri, a woman’s coat embellished with terzidiko (gold braid) embroidery on wool felt. Crowned double-headed eagles appear among the foliate themes of the decoration. From Ioannina in Epiros. 19th c. H. 1.23 m. (EΕ 1637) (Ottoman era)

A traditional festive ensemble (‘şalvar’/baggy trousers + ‘cepken’/long-sleeved vest) from the Bursa region.  Late-Ottoman, urban style, circa 1900-1925.  Adorned with goldwork embroidery (in ‘Maraş işi’-technique) on silk.  Trousers and vest were purchased in Bursa in 1988.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A traditional festive ensemble (‘şalvar’/baggy trousers + ‘cepken’/long-sleeved vest) from the Bursa region. Late-Ottoman, urban style, circa 1900-1925. Adorned with goldwork embroidery (in ‘Maraş işi’-technique) on silk. Trousers and vest were purchased in Bursa in 1988. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Costume with 'Pirpiri' Kaftan (from the Balkans).  Late-Ottoman, 19th century. Sadberk Hanim Museum

Costume with 'Pirpiri' Kaftan (from the Balkans). Late-Ottoman, 19th century. Sadberk Hanim Museum

A traditional bridal costume from the city of Kütahya (West-Anatolia).  Late-Ottoman, 1850-1900.  The hand-embroidered fabric (‘Tepebaşı’) is characteristic of the town.

A traditional bridal costume from the city of Kütahya (West-Anatolia). Late-Ottoman, 1850-1900. The hand-embroidered fabric (‘Tepebaşı’) is characteristic of the town.

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