Embroidered Band  Textile  Turkish  ,  17th century  Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of Nettie G. Naumburg  , 1930.389

Embroidered Band Textile Turkish , century Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of Nettie G.

Towel End  Object Name:     Towel end Date:     late 18th century Geography:     Turkey Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Linen, silk, metal wrapped thread; plain weave, embroidered

vvv Towel End Object Name: Towel end Date: late century Geography: Turkey Culture: Islamic Medium: Linen, silk, metal wrapped thread;

Early 18th century Ottoman embroidered mirror cover from exhibition at http://www.sadberkhanimmuzesi.org    image via http://hali.com    uploaded by http://stylecourt.blogspot.com

Early century Ottoman embroidered mirror cover from exhibition at…

Talismanic Textile, probably Senegal, Late 19th/early 20th century. In Sufism, a form of Islamic mysticism that is widely practiced in Senegal, the repetition of verses from the Qur’an and even of individual letters or words is a transcendent form of devotion. This textile is covered with Qur’anic verses that were likely recited as they were inscribed in tightly composed Arabic script, thereby forging a link between the written word and its sound. click on for more...

Talismanic Textile, Late century Probably Senegal Art Institute of Chicago Four panels joined: cotton, plain weave; amulets of animal hide and felt attached by knotted strips of leather x cm x 70 in.

A ‘seccade’ (prayer carpet); Late-Ottoman (Turkey). Composed in late 19th c. from fragments of older vintage, silk and metallic thread embroidery on cotton and linen.

Prayer Arch Composite Prayer arch hanging (Qibleh) made of fragments of embroideries of older textiles. This practice provided not just practical use for deteriorating textiles, it also gave shamanistic value to the work of ancestors.

A brocade `kemha' panel. Ottoman, ca. 1600. With an unusual design of floating ogival medallions against a ground with golden spheres.

Brocade `kehma' panel, Ottoman with an unusual design of floating ogival medallions against a ground with golden spheres, mounted within a later glazed rectangular frame Approximately 153 by circa 1600

Osmanlı, Giysi Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Kaftan

Design of traditional Turkish brocade caftan on silk of sultan Mehmed the Conqueror Ottoman Empire costumes.

ottoman embroidery | Antique 19th Century Ottoman Turkish Polychrome Embroidered Sash

ottoman embroidery | Antique 19th Century Ottoman Turkish Polychrome Embroidered Sash

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Tobishi embroidery sampler トビシブログ Found on Raven Maven , Where else for amazing things? An example of Japanese embroidery motifs

AN OTTOMAN METAL-THREAD EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL MADE FOR THE TOMB OF THE PROPHET (HUJRAT AL-QABR AL-NABAWI AL-SHARIF) IN MEDINA PERIOD OF ABDUL HAMID II

AN OTTOMAN METAL-THREAD EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL MADE FOR THE TOMB OF THE PROPHET (HUJRAT AL-QABR AL-NABAWI AL-SHARIF) IN MEDINA PERIOD OF ABDUL HAMID II

Towel End  Object Name:     Towel end Date:     19th century Geography:     Turkey Culture:     Islamic

Towel End Object Name: Towel end Date: century Geography: Turkey Culture: Islamic******

Cover  Date:     18th–19th century Geography:     Turkey, Eregli Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Cotton and silk-thread; embroidered

Turkish Embroidery (Pharyah) Cover Date: century Geography: Turkey, Eregli Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton and silk-thread;

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