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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Vintage Authentic Oriental Folk Clothing Pattern Diagrams

http://archive.org/stream/lecostumeenorien1922tilk#page/n0/mode/2up
https://archive.org/details/orientalcostumes00tilkuoft

1. Morocco
 
(Djellaba)

2. Morocco
 
(Farasia)

3. Morocco
 
(Djebba and Gamis)

4. Algeria
 
(Burnoos, or cloak, worn by a Spahi officer)
 
Burnoos on a Spahi officer (Center-Right)
 

5. Algeria
 
(Jewish Woman's Gold Embroidered Brocade dress and Muslin chemise)

6. Algeria
 
(Tunic:  Habayah or Djebba; Vest:  Sedria or Firmia; Pants:  Seruall)

7. Tunisia
 
(For more information concerning the proper terminology for these garments, please refer to the book linked above; you'll probably have as much luck translating it from the French language as I do.  Also, this link to a glossary for Middle Eastern clothing may be helpful:)
 

8. Tunisia

9. Tunisia

10. Western Sudan ~ Togo
 
11. Sudan

12. Sudan ~ Bornu

13. Sudan ~ Bornu

14. Abyssinia (Ethiopia and Eritrea)

15. Abyssinia (Ethiopia and Eritrea)

16. Egyptian Sudan

17. Egypt

18. Egypt

19. Egypt

20. Egypt

21. Egypt

22. Egypt

23. Egypt

24. Egypt and Near East

25. Ancient Egypt

26. Ancient Egypt

27. Ancient Egypt and Near East

28. Ancient Egypt and Near East

29. Arabia

30. Yemen

31. Syria and Mesopotamia

32. Syria and Mesopotamia

33. Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia

34. Syria

35. Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia

36. Syria, Palestine

37. Palestine

38. Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia

39. Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia

40. Turkey, Syria, Palestine and Egypt

41. Turkey, Syria, Mesopotamia

42. Turkey

43. Asia Minor

44. Turkey and Asia Minor

45. Turkey and Asia Minor

46. Turkey and Asia Minor

47. Balkan Peninsula

48. Southeastern Europe

49. Central Caucasus

50. Central Caucasus

51. Central Caucasus

52. Central Caucasus

53. Central Caucasus

54. Central Caucasus

55. Caspian Steppes

56. Caspian Steppes

57. Caspian Steppes

58. Caspian Steppes

59. Caspian Steppes

60. Southeastern Caucasus, Dagestan

61. Southeastern Caucasus

62. Southeastern Caucasus

63. Southeastern Caucasus

64. Southeastern Caucasus, Dagestan

65. Southeastern Caucasus, Dagestan

66. Southeastern Caucasus

67. Southeastern Caucasus, Dagestan

68. Southeastern Caucasus, Dagestan

69. Southeastern Caucasus, Dagestan

70. Southwestern Caucasus
 
71. Southwestern Caucasus

72. Southwestern Caucasus

73. Southwestern Caucasus

74. Syria and Kurdistan

75. Syria and Kurdistan

76. Asia Minor, Southern Caucasus and Syria

77. Kurdistan, Syria and Western Persia (Iran)
 
 
 
78. Southern Caucasus, Alexandroupoli
 

79. Southern Caucasus

80. Southern Caucasus, Nestorian Mountains
 

81. Persia

82. Persia

83. Persia, Azerbaijan

84. Afghanistan

85. Afghanistan

86. Afghanistan

87. Kashmir

88. Kashmir

89. Punjab, Kashmir

90. Punjab

91. Punjab, Kashmir

92. Hindustan

93. Hindustan

94. Hindustan

95. Hindustan

96. Hindustan

97. Hindustan, Bombay

98. Indo-China, Assam (India)

99. Indo-China, Burma

100. Indo-China, Burma
 
101. Indo-China

102. Tibet

103. Tibet

104. Tibet

105. Tibet

106. Tibet and the Southeastern Steppes of Asia

107. Turkestan

108. Turkestan

109. Turkestan

110. Turkestan

111. Turkestan, Bukhara (Uzbekistan)
 

112. Turkestan

113. Turkestan

114. Turkestan, Samarkand (Uzbekistan)
 

115. Turkestan

116. Turkestan, Bukhara

117. Turkestan, Bukhara

118. East Turkestan, Yarkant, Khotan
 

119. East Turkestan, Yarkant

120. East Turkestan, Kucha
 

121. East Turkestan, Kucha

122. East Turkestan

123. China

124. China

125. China

126. Japan

127. Japan

128. Japan, Sakhalin
 
 
 
 




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