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CROWN EMROİDERY

Turks’ intense use of embroidery for decoration and appearance purposes started with the transition of the Ottomans to permanent settlement. 

Turkish hand embroidery reached its pride between the 16th Century and the second half of the 19th Century (Ottoman Period).

Turkish embroidery was produced in two groups, namely crown embroidery and popular embroidery.

Popular Embroidery is shaped around people’s own traditions, customs and aspirations, urban and crown embroidery is based on certain essentials embraced by a higher class.

Embroidery patterns in ostentatious weavings and clothing used by the royalty and administrators were custom-drawn on the basis of the current fashion or needs.

Ottoman crown and urban embroidery was applied to various materials and clothes.

Crown embroidery was generally prepared at the Palace’s workshops. According to relevant resources, these embroidery works were produced by male professional embroidery artists. Generally processed with golden and silver wires, these embroidery works were products of teamwork. 

At times, crown embroidery was commissioned to workshops outside the Palace. The patterns of such embroidery works were also drawn and coloured by the Palace’s own artists. Specifically produced by women, these were fine works processed with silk thread.

The motif tradition of the Palace was carried to villages and thus, popularized by women of royalty married to high-rank officials. 

For more information on the history and techniques of embroidery, see. Embroidery



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