Everyday objects / Domestic utensils and vessels (240 Subjects)
Turkish woman smoking.
Turkish woman drinking coffee.
Itinerant sweets seller.
The lamps here are of tin or earthenware, and of the beautiful forms used by the Greeks and Romans.
Bassin for washing one's hands.
Water-jug used in southern Asia Minor.
Woman carrying a water jar upon her back, slung by cords.
Tube in which infants urinated, in the Ottoman Empire.
White marble tomb, Sifnos island.
Women of Sifnos.
Women of Ios.
Woman of Santorini.
Woman of Tinos.
Affluent woman of Tinos.
Women of Patmos.
View of Istanbul and the Golden Horn.
Aşçıbaşı, cook and officer of the Janissaries.
Aşçı, cook in the Sultan's palace.
Helvacı, chief confectioner in the Sultan's palace.
Salepçi, itinerant salep seller.
Sakka, itinerant water seller.
Simitçi, itinerant simit (bread) seller.
Çiğerci, itinerant liver seller.
Women carrying water, Ano Syros.