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Traditional festive costume for young girls, from the Türkmen villages in the Keles district (south of Bursa).  Style: mid 20th century.  Ethnic group: Karakeçeli.  Even if these costumes are sold by folkloric workshops, most of the garments and accessories are authentic village items.

Traditional festive costume for young girls, from the Türkmen villages in the Keles district (south of Bursa). Style: mid 20th century. Ethnic group: Karakeçeli. Even if these costumes are sold by folkloric workshops, most of the garments and accessories are authentic village items.

Large ‘yazma’ (headscarf).  From Gemlik (20 km north of Bursa).  Dated: ca. 1930.  The ‘yazma’ is made of a synthetic fabric (viscose) – in Turkey a luxury product at the time.  It is embroidered with the ‘tel kırma’-technique: geometrical motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips (golden and silvery) through the fabric and folding them. The motifs are identical on both sides of the fabric.  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Large ‘yazma’ (headscarf). From Gemlik (20 km north of Bursa). Dated: ca. 1930. The ‘yazma’ is made of a synthetic fabric (viscose) – in Turkey a luxury product at the time. It is embroidered with the ‘tel kırma’-technique: geometrical motives obtained by sticking narrow metallic strips (golden and silvery) through the fabric and folding them. The motifs are identical on both sides of the fabric. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).