Ottoman  textiles / late 16th century kaftan fabric • ogival vine with medallions and tulips

ottoman textiles: late century kaftan fabric, ogival vine with medallions and tulips

Lampas-woven textile with tulips, silk and silver lamella  Turkey; 2nd half of 16th century  130 × 56 cm

Islamic textile w/gold & silver thread and tulip motif.Lampas-woven textile with tulips, silk and silver lamella Turkey; half of century, Ottoman Empire

Velvet with a chintamani pattern, Turkey, mid 16th century.

Velvet with a CHINTAMANI pattern, silk and metal lamella. The CHINTAMANi pattern is most often associated with the art of the Ottoman Empire, but it is older and probably originated with the Central Asian Turkic peoples,

Calendario_Settembre_n.4 Portrait of Sultan Selim II (1512-1520) at archery pratice. The miniature dates from the 1560s and is the work of the famous painter Nigari. The sultan is wearing a kaftan with a design of tulips and small red flowers in a medallion pattern, over a robe with a floral scrollwork design. Miniature painting. TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM.

(Turkey) Sultan Selim II at archery pratice. The sultan is wearing a kaftan with a design of tulips and small red flowers in a medallion pattern, over a robe with a floral scrollwork design.

Isabelle de Borchgrave kaftan

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Kaftan of red silk with appliqued large scale çintamani crescent and tulips of metallic gold fabric variously identified as belonging to Murad III (1574-1595) and as early 17th century but more likely to be from the 17th c.

Satin Kaftan belonging to Sultan Murad III The bold design of large silver tulips and crescents worked in applique' enhanced the splendid appearance of the wearer.

ottoman silk velvet • late 16th Century

An Ottoman voided silk velvet and metal thread çatma panel, Bursa or Istanbul, Turkey, late century

Silk kaftan - second half of 17th,early 18th century,  Turkey

Kaftan, second half of century Turkey Silk, metal–wrapped threat;

kaftan, kumaş, osmanlı, ottoman

Prelate’s cope of gold-woven Ottoman silk, dedicated by the Metropolitan of Nikomedeia, Neophytos, to the Monastery of St John the Forerunner at Serres.

A child prince's kaftan, circa 1600. Uncommon 8-pointed star pattern. in the V&A.

Kaftan

A child prince's kaftan, circa Heavy brocade with metal thread (‘kemha’). Uncommon star pattern (Mühr-ü Süleyman / Solomon’s seal).

Child's kaftan made from woven silk patterned with floral sprigs. Turkey (made) ca. 1600 (made)  Woven silk Dimensions Height: 75.5 cm, Width: 73.2 cm bottom hem-line

Kaftan

A child prince's kaftan, circa Heavy brocade with metal thread (‘kemha’). Uncommon star pattern (Mühr-ü Süleyman / Solomon’s seal).

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Silks for the Sultans - текстиль из музея Топкапы, Стамбул

from the book: Silks for the Sultans - Ottoman Imperial Garments from Topkapi Palace by A. Ertug and A.

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