Cushion cover, 17th century; Ottoman  Turkey  Silk and metal thread

Cushion Cover (Yastik): Date- Century Geography- Turkey Culture- Ottoman Museum Held- The Met Technique-silk, cotton, metal wrapped silk, cut and voided velvet brocade Motifs- central medallion surrounded by carnations, tulips and serrated leaves

Length of velvet, Turkish, Ottoman, first half of the 16th century. Cut and voided silk velvet brocaded with gilt-metal wrapped thread | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Length of velvet, Turkish, Ottoman, first half of the century. Cut and voided silk velvet brocaded with gilt-metal wrapped thread. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

silk velvet yastik • tulips and carnations • 16th/17th century ottoman textile

Cushion Cover late century Ottoman period Velvet, silk and metallic thread H: W: cm Turkey Arts of the Islamic World

Sitarah (curtain) for the door of the Ka‘bah, commissioned by Sultan Abdülmejid I, Ottoman Egypt, Cairo, dated 1263 AH (1846-7 AD); black silk, with coloured silk appliqués, embroidered in silver and silver-gilt wire over cotton and silk thread padding, Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art © Nour Foundation.

Curtain for the Holy Ka’ba door. An Ottoman silk and metal-thread, bearing the name of Sultan Abdülmejid. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art © Nour Foundation.

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Arabic calligraphy- suited to room environment, colour combination is intense. will only pull off with a large canvas.

Velvet yastik, Turkey, 16-17th century. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Home Decor Objects : Silk and Wool:Ottoman Textile Designs in Turkish Rugs

Binding from Qur'an, 10th century AH/AD 16th century (?) -- Right Side of a Double-page Illuminated Frontispiece -- See more at: http://art.thewalters.org/detail/79955/binding-from-quran/

treasures-and-beauty: “ This frontpiece is from an illuminated copy of the Qur’an AH / 1323 CE - Walters Ms. by Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb, honored with the epithet zarrīn qalam (golden pen). Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb was one of the six pupils of.

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 Turkey, circa 1800

Length of fabric Turkish, Ottoman, First half of the 16th century Turkey

Cut and voided silk velvet brocade ~ Turkey ~ First half of the century ~ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

| THE EXTERNAL CURTAIN OF THE KA’BA DOOR (BURQA’), DATED AH 1275/1858 AD

androphilia: “ Ottoman metal-thread embroidered external curtains made for the door of the Holy Ka’aba ”


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