Kaftan fragment, Ottoman, Bursa (?), Turkey, first half of 17th century, kemha (lampas). The Textile Museum 1.57, acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1951. Photographed by Renée Comet

Kaftan fragment, Turkey, first half of century, kemha (lampas). The Textile Museum acquired by George Hewitt Myers in Photographed by Renée Comet

Fragment  Date:     17th–18th century Geography:     Turkey Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Linen, silk; plain weave, embroidered

Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Turkey Medium: Linen, silk; plain weave, embroidered Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number:

Cover  Place of origin: Turkey  Date:1600-1699  Materials and Techniques: Silk, embroidered with silk in atma with couched single threads; made from widths joined before being embroidered  Museum number:830-1902

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Cover Place of origin: Turkey Materials and Techniques: Silk, embroidered with silk in atma with couched single threads; made from widths joined before being embroidered Museum

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

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

Textile Fragment  Object Name:     Fragment Date:     ca. 1570–80 Geography:     Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha)

Textile Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: ca. Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread;

Ottoman textile pannel, probably made in Bursa, 1550-1600.  Silk and metal thread woven in the lampas technique. This textile was made from blue, red, black and white silk thread and a metal thread used to create areas of gold ground. It was woven in the lampas technique, in which two distinct types of weave (satin & twill) were combined using a drawloom, which had two sets of warps and wefts and a mechanism for creating the pattern, operated by a second weaver. (V&A Museum, London).

Ottoman textile pannel, probably made in Bursa, Silk and metal thread woven in the lampas technique.

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Woven silk

Silk velvet with ogival pattern; silk and metal thread woven in the lampas technique, [Turkey, Bursa (probably)]. "blue, red, black and white silk thread and a metal thread used to create areas of gold ground"

Rear of a ‘dokuma işli üçetek’ (handwoven and worked robe-with-three-panels) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), mid-20th c. Handwoven woollen fabric, adorned with cotton embroidery, patchwork, zigzag ribbons, metallic sequins, small glass beads, (cotton or orlon) pom-poms, buttons. (Inv.nr. üçe020 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Rear of a ‘dokuma işli üçetek’ (handwoven and worked robe-with-three-panels)…


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