Textile Length with Design of Stylized Carnations, second half of 16th century, Turkey

Turkey Textile Length with Design of Stylized Carnations, second half of century Textile, Cut and voided silk velvet on metallic ground

Embroidered cover fragment, Ottoman, Turkey, Istanbul, late 17th or early 18th century. The Textile Museum 1.22, acquired by George Hewitt Myers before 1940

Embroidered cover fragment, Ottoman, Turkey, Istanbul, late or early century. The Textile Museum acquired by George Hewitt Myers before 1940

Metal Thread Embroidered Ottoman Satin Duvet, Turkey, mid 19th century

Metal Thread Embroidered Ottoman Satin Duvet, Turkey, mid century --shares heritage with Indian embr

Suzanis are very colorful, elaborately embroidered silk wall hangings or bed coverings that originated in central Asia, primarily what is now Uzbekistan.

Loom Width with Serrated Leaf Design    Object Name:      Fragment  Date:      ca. 1600–1625  Geography:      Turkey, Bursa  Medium:      Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha)

Serrated Leaf design, Turkey (Islamic), A common weaving technique for Ottoman silks was kemha, which is a type of lampas-weave.


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