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Late-Ottoman urban summer street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Purchased in Ankara, in 1991. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of fine silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer003 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman urban summer street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Purchased in Ankara, in 1991. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of fine silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer003 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman urban street-wear, worn in Konya, but made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, ca. 1900.  Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant.  Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia.  Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. (Inv.n° fer001 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman urban street-wear, worn in Konya, but made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, ca. 1900. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. (Inv.n° fer001 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban street-wear, worn in Konya, but made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, ca. 1900.  Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia.  Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. (Inv.n° fer001 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban street-wear, worn in Konya, but made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, ca. 1900. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. (Inv.n° fer001 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman street-wear, from the Aleppo-Gaziantep area, ca. 1900.  Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant.  Called 'ferace', 'bürgü' or 'çarşaf' in Anatolia (depending on the region where it was worn).  Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and a kind of large airy cape.  The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'.  (Inv.n° fer004 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman street-wear, from the Aleppo-Gaziantep area, ca. 1900. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Called 'ferace', 'bürgü' or 'çarşaf' in Anatolia (depending on the region where it was worn). Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and a kind of large airy cape. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer004 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman urban street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c.  Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant.  Purchased in Konya, in 1996.  Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia.  Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer002 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Late-Ottoman urban street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer002 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c.  Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant.  Purchased in Konya, in 1996.  Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia.  Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer002 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer002 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Close-ups of a bridal costume from Balıkesir town (& nearby villages). Late-Ottoman style, 1930-40s. Set up around a reddish pink silk robe, adorned with large roses in golden thread embroidery, golden spirals & copper sequins.  The 'tepelikli fes' (hat with silver cover) and the silk headscarf (adorned with sequins & white silk threads) date from the same period, as does the bronze cast belt, which features European 'Art Nouveau' influence. (Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Close-ups of a bridal costume from Balıkesir town (& nearby villages). Late-Ottoman style, 1930-40s. Set up around a reddish pink silk robe, adorned with large roses in golden thread embroidery, golden spirals & copper sequins. The 'tepelikli fes' (hat with silver cover) and the silk headscarf (adorned with sequins & white silk threads) date from the same period, as does the bronze cast belt, which features European 'Art Nouveau' influence. (Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Rear view (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman street-wear, from the Aleppo-Gaziantep area, ca. 1900. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Called 'ferace', 'bürgü' or 'çarşaf' in Anatolia (depending on the region where it was worn). Made of 2 large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and a kind of large airy cape.  The silk fabric is called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer004 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Rear view (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman street-wear, from the Aleppo-Gaziantep area, ca. 1900. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Called 'ferace', 'bürgü' or 'çarşaf' in Anatolia (depending on the region where it was worn). Made of 2 large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and a kind of large airy cape. The silk fabric is called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer004 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front view (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman street-wear, from the Aleppo-Gaziantep area, ca. 1900. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Called 'ferace', 'bürgü' or 'çarşaf' in Anatolia (depending on the region where it was worn). Made of 2 large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and a kind of large airy cape.  The silk fabric is called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer004 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front view (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman street-wear, from the Aleppo-Gaziantep area, ca. 1900. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Called 'ferace', 'bürgü' or 'çarşaf' in Anatolia (depending on the region where it was worn). Made of 2 large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and a kind of large airy cape. The silk fabric is called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer004 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Rear (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c.  Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant.  Purchased in Konya, in 1996.  Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia.  Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer002 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Rear (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Purchased in Konya, in 1996. Called 'ferace' or 'bürgü' in Central Anatolia. Made of two large rectangular pieces of silk (ca. 110 x 210 cm), sewed together to form a baggy skirt and attached head dress shawl. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. (Inv.n° fer002 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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