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Excellent handmade crochet lace (oya) edging... Unique!

Oya is the language of Anatolian Women

Anatolia’s thousand and one species of plants and gaily colored flowers are reborn in the imagination and inner eye of its women. The history of the decorative edging known in Europe as ‘Turkish lace’ is thought to date back as far as the 8th century B.C. to the Phrygians of Anatolia.

Traditionally, the headdresses and scarves women wore on their heads, the printed cloths, and prayer and funeral head coverings were decorated with various kinds of oya, which was also used on undergarments, to adorn outer garments, around the edges of towels and napkins and as a decorative element in many other places. In the Aegean region even men’s headdresses were decked with layers of oya. (www.turkishculture.org)

Here is the very nice crochet lace (oya) scarf (yazma). You can use this lovely scarf for many purposes: Schal, headdress, belt, necklace, wristband, bandana, ...

Wonderful design and perfect craftsmanship...

37" x 37" (95 cm x 95 cm)

100% Cotton, washable

It will be shipped within 2 business days after payment received.

Wonderful Design, Perfect Craftsmanhips OYA Scarf


  • Vintage handmade item from the 1980s
  • Material: Cotton
  • Ships worldwide from Turkey
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