A ‘makrama’ (napkin) or large 'yazma' (headscarf) for daily use.  The item is fit for both uses, and adorned with open-work embroidery & edged with a 'iğne oyası' (needle lace), which is combined with small silvery mica sequins.  From Central Anatolia, mid-20th century.  (Inv.n° yaz055 - Kavak Collection,Antwerpen/Belgium).

A ‘makrama’ (napkin) or large 'yazma' (headscarf) for daily use. The item is fit for both uses, and adorned with open-work embroidery & edged with a 'iğne oyası' (needle lace), which is combined with small silvery mica sequins. From Central Anatolia, mid-20th century. (Inv.n° yaz055 - Kavak Collection,Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front of a ‘göynek’ (under-dress for women) with (cotton on cotton) embroidered underside.  Dursunbey-Keles region, mid-20th century.  Ethnic group: (probably) Yörük Türkmen.  The rear is not decorated.  (Inv.nr. gnk002 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front of a ‘göynek’ (under-dress for women) with (cotton on cotton) embroidered underside. Dursunbey-Keles region, mid-20th century. Ethnic group: (probably) Yörük Türkmen. The rear is not decorated. (Inv.nr. gnk002 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional woollen apron from the Dursunbey area (80 km east of Balıkesir), ca. mid-20th century.  Adorned with embroidered motifs (wool and orlon), small tassels, glass beads, white buttons and metal sequins.  The lower edge features  row of black wool fringes.  (Inv.n° önL057 - Kavak Costume Collection -Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional woollen apron from the Dursunbey area (80 km east of Balıkesir), ca. mid-20th century. Adorned with embroidered motifs (wool and orlon), small tassels, glass beads, white buttons and metal sequins. The lower edge features row of black wool fringes. (Inv.n° önL057 - Kavak Costume Collection -Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional bridal/festive 'göynek' (underdress) from the Türkmen village of Durabeyler, near Dursunbey (80 km east of Balıkesir), ca. 1925-1950.  Hand woven cotton; the bottom is half lavishly adorned with cotton embroidery (squares, diamonds, crosses, stylized flowers & tree-of-life motifs). The lower edge features small cotton tassels. (Inv.n° gnk039 - Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional bridal/festive 'göynek' (underdress) from the Türkmen village of Durabeyler, near Dursunbey (80 km east of Balıkesir), ca. 1925-1950. Hand woven cotton; the bottom is half lavishly adorned with cotton embroidery (squares, diamonds, crosses, stylized flowers & tree-of-life motifs). The lower edge features small cotton tassels. (Inv.n° gnk039 - Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Woman’s ‘arkalık’ (waist cloth, worn on the backside), from the Dursunbey area (80 km east of Balıkesir), ca 1925-1950.  Rural weaving, wool, ‘cicim’-technique (sometimes referred to as ‘brocading’).   The warp threads are worked into long fringes on both sides of the fabric.  In order to wear it, the square cloth is folded diagonally; the waist cloth has then two (slightly) different sides.  (Inv.n° ark037 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Woman’s ‘arkalık’ (waist cloth, worn on the backside), from the Dursunbey area (80 km east of Balıkesir), ca 1925-1950. Rural weaving, wool, ‘cicim’-technique (sometimes referred to as ‘brocading’). The warp threads are worked into long fringes on both sides of the fabric. In order to wear it, the square cloth is folded diagonally; the waist cloth has then two (slightly) different sides. (Inv.n° ark037 - Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

A hand-printed ‘yazma’ (women’s head scarf) from Tokat.  A wooden mold carved in relief was used.   Purchased in Tokat in 1989.  Edged with Turkish lace, combined with small metal sequins.  (Inv.nr. yaz059 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A hand-printed ‘yazma’ (women’s head scarf) from Tokat. A wooden mold carved in relief was used. Purchased in Tokat in 1989. Edged with Turkish lace, combined with small metal sequins. (Inv.nr. yaz059 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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