Dress Fabric - 16th/17th C. - Istanbul Thrilled at fingering antique textile remnants in the Bazaar of Istanbul.
Ottoman silk kemha, XVI c, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (49.32.79)
Velvet with pomegranate pattern Italy, 15th century Inv. No. 818 Among the most luxurious silk weavings in the new permanent exhibition of t...
Textiles and Ceremonies at the Ottoman Court: ogival medallions with leafy frames (detail). Second half of the 16th century.
Silk and Wool:Ottoman Textile Designs in Turkish Rugs
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Multiculturalism for Steampunk: CYL: Beyond the Harem- Clothing of the Steam-Age Ottoman Empire
Fragment of a Dress or Furnishing Fabric with 'Chintamani' Design Turkey, Bursa or Istanbul, mid-16th century Textiles Silk satin with silk and silver-metallic supplementary weft patterning bound in twill (lampas)
14 c. Mamluk silk textile: ogees with rosettes with the name of the Sultan woven in. Gold on blue
An Ottoman Voided Silk Velvet and Metal thread Çatma Bursa, Late 16th, early 17th C.