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An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

This coat is a tapestry (or kilim) wool coat, lined with silk. It is the 9th or 10th century, with birds and gazelles in roundels.

This coat is a tapestry (or kilim) wool coat, lined with silk. It is the 9th or 10th century, with birds and gazelles in roundels.

Rare 19th century silk Matyó embroidery from Mezőkövesd in N. E. Hungary from www.kilim.ie

Rare 19th century silk Matyó embroidery from Mezőkövesd in N. E. Hungary from www.kilim.ie

Bag: Persian, 18th–19th century  Corded gray-green silk on which are couched a pair of peacocks with raised tails. Worked with gold and silver thread, yellowish-red, deep rose-pink and black silk. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Bag: Persian, 18th–19th century Corded gray-green silk on which are couched a pair of peacocks with raised tails. Worked with gold and silver thread, yellowish-red, deep rose-pink and black silk. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Traditional bridal (& festive) costumes of Eskişehir (central district and Seyitgazi).  Style: mid-20th century; it is a remainder of the ‘Bahriye’ (Marine) style, which was popular in western Anatolia in the 1920s-1930s.  These particular dresses date from 1960-1995; metal thread embroidery (in ‘tuturma’ technique) on silk or velvet.  Such costumes are still (hand-)made and used/sold/rented for marriages.  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional bridal (& festive) costumes of Eskişehir (central district and Seyitgazi). Style: mid-20th century; it is a remainder of the ‘Bahriye’ (Marine) style, which was popular in western Anatolia in the 1920s-1930s. These particular dresses date from 1960-1995; metal thread embroidery (in ‘tuturma’ technique) on silk or velvet. Such costumes are still (hand-)made and used/sold/rented for marriages. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Syrian shawl  180 x 166 cm /70.8 x 45.6 inches

Syrian shawl 180 x 166 cm /70.8 x 45.6 inches

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

An Indian 1920s/30s fine silk saree with a green ground, deep burgundy stripes and a delicate block printed pattern. More photos on www.kilim.ie

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