Prayer carpet, late 16th century; Ottoman Attributed to Bursa or Istanbul, Turkey Pile weave, wool and cotton pile on silk foundation, 288 asymmetrical knots per square inch

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.

An Ottoman silk and metal-thread curtain with tughra of Sultan 'Abdulaziz (r.1861-76), Turkey, late 19th century

Ottoman silk and metal-thread curtain with tughra of Sultan 'Abdulaziz, Turkey, late c.

AN IMPORTANT OTTOMAN SILK AND METAL-THREAD EXTERNAL CURTAIN (BURQA) FOR THE HOLY KA'BA DOOR, BEARING THE NAME OF SULTAN SELIM II (R.1566-74), TURKEY, CIRCA 1800

An important Ottoman silk and metal-thread external curtain (burqa) for the Holy Ka'ba door, bearing the name of Sultan Selim II Turkey, circa 1800

Tile Panel in the form of an Architectural Niche Hasan ibn `Ali ibn Ahmad Babavaih Object Name: Tile with niche design Date: first half 14th century Geography: Iran, Kashan Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; inglaze painted in blue, luster-painted on opaque white glaze, modeled

Tile Panel in the form of an Architectural Niche Hasan ibn `Ali ibn Ahmad Babavaih Object Name: Tile with niche design Date: first half century Geography: Iran

An important Ottoman metal-thread curtain of the Holy Ka'ba door (burqa), Egypt, period of Sultan Abdulhamid I, dated 1194 AH/1780 AD

An Ottoman metal-thread curtain of the Holy Ka’ba door (est.

This tile panel recalls the garden-like setting of heaven described in the Qur’an. It depicts a triple-arched gateway—the gate to paradise—date palms, cypresses, mosque lamps, and a vase filled with carnations. The panel is inscribed with the names of God (Allah), the prophet Muhammad, and the four rashiddun. Medium: Ceramic; fritware, painted in cobalt blue and turquoise under a transparent glaze Place Made: Damascus, Middle East, Syria Dates: 17th century

Panel of ceramic tiles, Damascus, century. This tile panel recalls the garden-like setting of heaven described in the Qur’an.

Enlarged Picture: Tile Panel - Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Information Centre

Enlarged Picture: Tile Panel - Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Information Centre

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) 'Bellini' carpet, XVI century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

So-called 'Bellini' carpet, made in UŞAK, century. All wool, 175 x 107 cm. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

Ceramic mihrab, Persia, Kashan, late 13th - early 14th cent., Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8561/15805288374_88b9888b29_k.jpg

Ceramic mihrab, Persia, Kashan, late 13th - early 14th cent., Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8561/15805288374_88b9888b29_k.jpg

A Damascus underglaze painted pottery Tile Panel late 17th/ early 18th Century comprising nine square tiles, each decorated in cobalt-blue, turquoise, green and manganese purple, depicting three crescent-topped arcades with chevron design columns, one with a flower-filled urn with inscription above, to either side a hanging mosque lamp and floral sprays, the outer borders filled with stylised rosettes reserved on a cobalt-blue ground 69 x 69 cm. approx

A Damascus underglaze painted pottery Tile Panel late early Century…

Panneau composé de neuf carreaux de revêtement, Syrie, Damas, art ottoman, seconde moitié du XVIIème siècle A DAMASCUS POTTERY TILE PANEL, OTTOMAN SYRIA, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY, 68.5 cm square

Islamic tiles panel of seller Azulejos Almaviva (Ile de France, Paris) in category : Indoor decor > Wall > Wall ceramic tile on FadParis, Portal of decoration

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