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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).

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Traditional street wear from the Urfa province. 1990s, and still in use (2010s). From the Arabic speaking village population of the region, who wears this costume during trips to the city. The caftan, the head scarf and the outer coat were purchased in the Urfa Çarşısı (Covered Bazaar) in 1987; the dress with machine-embroidered front in Harran (1999). (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Urban-style brocaded silk dress from Central Anatolia.  Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century.  From an Armenian household.  Silk and metal thread. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.).

Urban-style brocaded silk dress from Central Anatolia. Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century. From an Armenian household. Silk and metal thread. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.).

"Yozgat,1915 Ermeni Soykırımı’nda 70 evden piyano çıkan bir yer; şimdiyse milletvekili olarak Bekir Bozdağ çıkıyor." Murathan Mungan

Fashion history: Western Armenian women wore different headbands with decorations kotik and vard throwing a scarf over them

Front (+ close-up) of a late-Ottoman urban summer street-wear, made in Aleppo or Gaziantep, late 19th c. The silk fabric is locally called 'meydaniye'. Exported from there to many urban centers in Anatolia and the Levant. Bought in Ankara (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. (Inv.n° fer003 - Kavak Costume Collection…

Rear (+ 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).

Alevi Türkmen during a ‘semah’ ceremonial/religious dance. At a religious festival in the Doğanşar district, north of Sivas. Recent picture (2010s).

Blue Mosque, Tabriz, Iran. On the Great Silk Road.