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Young child’s garment with amuletic properties (kurte) circa 1930 - 1970
Tekke mother holding child wearing kirlik, Turkmenistan circa 1950
Young child’s bib with amuletic properties (kirlik) circa 1930 - 1970
Child's garment and hat with amuletic properties circa 1950 - 1975
Child's garment with amuletic properties circa 1970 - 2000
Child's quilted robe (chapan) circa 1930 - 1970
Although amuletic garments are made less frequently than in the past, this late twentieth-century robe constructed from newer, synthetic fabrics demonstrates that the practice still survives.