Ottoman Era Embroideries from Greece in the Benaki Museum, Athens - Embroidery on a bridal sheet from Skyros, an island in the Sporades. Abundant floral decoration surrounds the central architectural subject: the depiction of an enviable residence with birds, mythical beasts, human figures, and the apotropaic-talismanic symbol of a double-headed eagle. 18th c. Gift of Mari Zarifi. (ΓΕ 8484)

Ottoman Era Embroideries from Greece in the Benaki Museum, Athens - Embroidery…

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Skyros ΡΟΔΙΑ: Συμβολο γονιμοτητας για την γυναικα και ευημριας για το νιοπανρο ζευγαρι

Skyros ΡΟΔΙΑ: Συμβολο γονιμοτητας για την γυναικα και ευημριας για το νιοπανρο ζευγαρι

Παλαιό γραφτό κέντημα 18ου αι. "Οι μπαγάσηδες"

Παλαιό γραφτό κέντημα 18ου αι. "Οι μπαγάσηδες"

Skirt border  Crete, Greece (made) Date: 1733 (made) Grammatiko Materials and Techniques: Linen embroidered with silk thread

Skirt border

Skirt border Crete, Greece (made) Date: 1733 (made) Grammatiko Materials and Techniques: Linen embroidered with silk thread*****

Greece, Macedonia, Imathia, vizano kousouli festive tunic, wool emboidered cotton, End of 19th c, recto

Greece, Macedonia, Imathia, vizano kousouli festive tunic, wool emboidered cotton, End of 19th c, recto

Greek Islands 18th or 19th century Object Place: Kos, Dodecanese, Greece | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Greek Islands or century Object Place: Kos, Dodecanese, Greece

Border Crete, Greece (made) Date:1600s (made) Materials and Techniques: Linen and cotton (fustian) embroidered with silk thread

Border

Border Crete, Greece (made) (made) Materials and Techniques: Linen and cotton (fustian) embroidered with silk thread

#silk #embroidery from #Crete #Aegean #crossroads #textilemuseum #greekislands #traditional #flowerpetals #18thcentury

#silk #embroidery from #Crete #Aegean #crossroads #textilemuseum #greekislands #traditional #flowerpetals #18thcentury

σκυριανα κεραμικα - Αναζήτηση Google

σκυριανα κεραμικα - Αναζήτηση Google

embroidery detail // 17th century Greece

Embroidered linen fragment worked in silk in shades of blue, russet, green and ivory in herringbone stitch with crescent shaped leafy fronds containing roun

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