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An Ottoman gem-set brooch bearing the tughra of Sultan Abdülhamid II (r.1876-1909), Turkey, circa 1900. Designed with a central diamond between two gem-set flags (one emerald and the other ruby), with miniature copper roundel above with tughra within diamond-set crescent moon emanating rays, fastening pin to reverse, in bespoke velvet-lined box with initial 'A' surmounted by a crown.

An Ottoman gem-set brooch bearing the tughra of Sultan Abdülhamid II Turkey, circa 1900

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Ceremonial arrowheads, steel and copper alloy, Bohemian,

Sedef's Corner: Reading History Through Jewellery

Emerald handle Dagger with an Emerald Hilt, 1747 (Topkapi Palace Museum)

Abdulhamid

"Sultan Abdulhamit II in Ciragan palace" 116 x 60 cm, Oil & 24 carat gold on canvas, by "Florans Atlantis". The personal collection of Mr.

Ottoman Architecture, Istanbul

Ottoman Architecture, Istanbul

Ottoman Medal of Merit/Liyakat Madalyasi - Liyakat Medal was instituted in 1890 in two classes (gold and silver medal) by the 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Hamid II. Initially it was awarded to men only, Ottoman subjects as well as foreigners for military and civil merits for the benefit of the Empire. In 1905 the statute of the Liyakat Medal was amended and since then women were allowed to receive the decoration for charitable work.

Ottoman Medal of Merit/Liyakat Madalyasi - Liyakat Medal was instituted in 1890 in two classes (gold and silver medal) by the 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Hamid II. Initially it was awarded to men only, Ottoman subjects as well as foreigners for military and civil merits for the benefit of the Empire. In 1905 the statute of the Liyakat Medal was amended and since then women were allowed to receive the decoration for charitable work.

Hilal-iAhmer. 1935 de Kızïlay adïnï aldï.

Hilal-iAhmer. 1935 de Kızïlay adïnï aldï.

Ottoman brooch

Late-Ottoman brooch, with the Ottoman state coat of arms. Gold, diamonds & other precious stones.

seyyid hasan paşa çeşmesi ve sebili- beyazıt

seyyid hasan paşa çeşmesi ve sebili- beyazıt

Fest Travel Osmanlı Mezar Taşları Turlarını başlattı TurizmHaberleri.com

Fest Travel Osmanlı Mezar Taşları Turlarını başlattı TurizmHaberleri.com

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