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Oya Turkish Lace Embellishments

Oya lace. Check her blog for more examples.

needle lace from Armenia in the Lacis museum in Berkeley, similar in technique to old style Turkish oya (NOT the modern crocheted stuff)

Oya DATE: 1900/1929 PLACE: Turkey DESCRIPTION: Native name: oya / Knotted needlelace edging for a headscarf. Material: silk; Technique: lace (Bebilla)The Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection Images copyright © Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Other rights may also apply.

OYA: the secret language of Turkish women. Sycamore leaves (cinar yapragi) means the wish of long life and wisdom to whoever the scarf is given to.