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19th C ANTIQUE OTTOMAN-TURKISH GOLD & SILK HAND EMBROIDERY ON LINEN Yaglık '*****

19th C ANTIQUE OTTOMAN-TURKISH GOLD & SILK HAND EMBROIDERY ON LINEN Yaglık '*****

The enchanted shirts in the  garment collection at Topkapı Palace are among the most significant cultural heritage to reach present day.   These shirts are unique works of art embellished with hadiths and verses of the Kuran, making use of the arts of calligraphy and ornamentation. They were worn by OttomanSultans on their way to war for victory, for recovery from diseases and for protection against the evil eye.

The enchanted shirts in the garment collection at Topkapı Palace are among the most significant cultural heritage to reach present day. These shirts are unique works of art embellished with hadiths and verses of the Kuran, making use of the arts of calligraphy and ornamentation. They were worn by OttomanSultans on their way to war for victory, for recovery from diseases and for protection against the evil eye.

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An ‘uçkur’ (sash/waist band), generally worn by women. From western Anatolia, ca. early 20th c. Cotton, adorned with two-sided (= identical on both sides) embroidery in silk & golden metallic thread + small motifs in ‘tel kırma’ (narrow metallic strips stuck through the fabric and then folded). Probably an apprentice's work (= young girl). The 'Greek cross'-motives indicate a possible 'Rum' (Greek Anatolian) origin. (Inv.n° brdw041 - Kavak Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

An ‘uçkur’ (sash/waist band), generally worn by women. From western Anatolia, ca. early 20th c. Cotton, adorned with two-sided (= identical on both sides) embroidery in silk & golden metallic thread + small motifs in ‘tel kırma’ (narrow metallic strips stuck through the fabric and then folded). Probably an apprentice's work (= young girl). The 'Greek cross'-motives indicate a possible 'Rum' (Greek Anatolian) origin. (Inv.n° brdw041 - Kavak Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Antique Ottoman-Turkish Silk & Gold Metallic Hand Embroidery On Linen Fragment 2 2

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Antique Ottoman-Turkish Silk & Gold Metallic Hand Embroidery On Linen Fragment 2 2

Indian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

Indian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

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