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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

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

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

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

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 (R.1566-74), 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 14th century Geography: Iran, Kashan Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; inglaze painted in blue, luster-painted on opaque white glaze, modeled

AN OTTOMAN SILK AND METAL THREAD RED-GROUND CURTAIN, TURKEY OR EGYPT, DATED 1295 AH/1878 AD of rectangular form, the red silk ground embroidered throughout with silver and gilt metal threads, the calligraphic cartouches with ochre-coloured silk drops between silver-thread roundels, featuring a central stylised mihrab with a hanging lamp flanked by half columns and framed by an archway with foliate spandrels 219 by 138cm.

AN OTTOMAN SILK AND METAL THREAD RED-GROUND CURTAIN, TURKEY OR EGYPT, DATED 1295 AH/1878 AD of rectangular form, the red silk ground embroidered throughout with silver and gilt metal threads, the calligraphic cartouches with ochre-coloured silk drops between silver-thread roundels, featuring a central stylised mihrab with a hanging lamp flanked by half columns and framed by an archway with foliate spandrels 219 by 138cm.

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

Embroidered silk prayer mat. Late-Ottoman, dated 1821. Embroidery in silk and metal thread. (Sadberk Hanım Museum)

Embroidered silk prayer mat. Late-Ottoman, dated 1821. Embroidery in silk and metal thread. (Sadberk Hanım Museum)

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

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

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

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

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