1Gb. Greece: traditional men's clothing (Late-Ottoman era or style).
Including the Aegean Islands and Krete. Including accessories.
76 Pin1,05k Ακόλουθοι
A knife in late-Ottoman style, first quarter of the 20th century. Provenance: Greece. Dimensions: length 21,3 cm.
Traditional Greek costumes of Kosti and the neighbouring village of Brodivo (NE Thrace, near Burgaz, southern Bulgaria). Following the Balkan Wars, the village was ceded to Bulgaria by the Ottoman Empire, and the local Greeks moved to Greece, particularly Greek Macedonia and northern Greece, in 1924.
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Detail of a traditional Greek ceremonial man's costume (upper class), ca. 1830. Gold embroidery in late-Ottoman Balkan style. (Benaki Museum, Athens).
Two armed Albanians in Salonica/Thessaloníki (northern Greece), ca. 1900.
Traditional footwear from Greek Thrace.
Greek traditional wedding costumes from Kavakli (now Inzovo, in the Topolovgrad region, southern Bulgaria), Clothing style: early 20th century. These are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups.
Rear view of a male vest from the island of Thasos (NE Aegean), early 20th century.
Turks from Crete, in their traditional festive/ceremonial costume. Late-Ottoman era, end of 19th century.
Front view of a male vest from the island of Thasos (NE Aegean), early 20th century.