16th century ottoman court prayer rug

Ottoman Prayer Carpet, late C., one of the earliest examples of a rare group featuring a prayer niche, or mihrab; with triple arched columns on an undecorated field. Bursa or Istanbul. Turkey Pile weave, wool and cotton pile on silk foundation.

Ottoman, caftan from 16th century

Sultan's caftan silk caftan from century (Museum Topkapi, Istanbul)

ottoman caftan from Topkapi Palace museum Istanbul

Ottoman satin kaftan, belonging to sultan Suleyman II from the Topkapi Palace museum, Istanbul Turkey.

Turkish Cloak. @designerwallace

eclektic: Caftan, c. XVI Century Topkapi Museum, Istanbul, Turkey***one of my all time print motifs - the circle within circle~~~

Caftan with short sleeves, double fur, associated with Bayazit II (1481-1512). 16th century

Ottoman Caftan (man coat) with short sleeves, double fur, associated with Bayazit II century

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Caftan, Osman II

Caftan with short sleeves believed to belong to Osman II Velvet stitches on gold cloth with blue velvet decoration and stylized lotus pattern.

Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves, associated with Süleyman I the Magnificent (1520-1566).  Silk brocade, with floral motifs.  Ottoman, 16th century. Imperial caftans were mostly made of heavy brocade with metal thread (‘kemha’) - a closely woven fabric which was extremely stiff and difficult to tailor, but ideal for ceremonial occasions as it gave the impression of rigid immobility in the wearer, and encouraged the stiff deportment expected of sultans.

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Ceremonial Caftan, Soliman The Magnificent

Turkish caftan

Caftan of Sultan Bayezid

Caftan of Sultan Bayezid III. Turkish brocade on silk, caftan of Sultan Bayezid III Rose Turkish

Ceremonial caftan associated with Ahmet II (1691-1693).  Silk brocade, with ‘şintemani’ (or: leopard spot) motif,  a symbol of good fortune.   Ottoman, late 17th century. Imperial caftans were mostly made of heavy brocade with metal thread (‘kemha’) - a closely woven fabric which was extremely stiff and difficult to tailor, but ideal for ceremonial occasions as it gave the impression of rigid immobility in the wearer, and encouraged the stiff deportment expected of sultans.

Caftan with short sleeves associated with Ahmet II ivory colored satin decorated with brown three circle pattern, Century, Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Ceremonial Caftan, Soliman The Magnificent, Sehzade Bayazit, Mustafa

Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves associated with Bayazit II but is probably one made for Soliman the Magnificent,Sehzade Bayazit (death in or Mustafa (death in Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

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