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Ottoman Empire Helmeted Warrior (Osmanlı Miğferli Savaşçı)

Ottoman Empire Helmeted Warrior (Osmanlı Miğferli Savaşçı)

Osmanlı nişan-iftiharı 1831

Late-Ottoman Order of Glory (Nişan-i-Íftihar), founded in Gold and diamonds; with the 'tuğra' (seal) of sultan Mahmud II. This was the second highest order in the Ottoman Empire.

Yıl:16, 17 ve 18 yüzyıllar Tezhip: Topkapı Saray Nakkaşhanesi

A turquoise and gem-set and silver child's dagger and scabbard, Ottoman provinces, century

Turkish Chamber (Türckische Cammer) a Ottoman collections Museum since 1500s in Dresden, Germany.

Ottoman shoes, Purchase by Augustus the Strong, Length: 2 cm, weight: Dresden State Art Collections.

What Is A Zarf? An Ottoman Coffee cup & holder. A Zarf is a cup holder for a cup with no handles. They come in two varieties. One like this which is most often found in the Middle East. And a second variety most often made of silver, with a small handle which holds a glass cup, more often found in Russia. The holder is called a Zarf.

An Ottoman gold and jewelled coffee cup holder (Zarf), with ceramic cups. Zarf is also the word for the paper sleeve that wraps around disposable coffee cups today.

Nişantaşı Müzayede-Hafız Osman El-Rüşdi Hilye-i Şerife 54.00 x 40.00 cm. Ketebeli Açılış fiyatı :	 95,000	 TRL 32,534	 USD 30,254	 EUR 21,590	 GBP

Nişantaşı Müzayede-Hafız Osman El-Rüşdi Hilye-i Şerife 54.00 x 40.00 cm. Ketebeli Açılış fiyatı : 95,000 TRL 32,534 USD 30,254 EUR 21,590 GBP

Portrait of Barbarossa Hayreddin Pasha (1478-1546)

Hayreddin Barbarossa, born Khizr was the most famous of the Barbary pirates…

Sultan Abdülmecid madalyası / Medal / Turkish Crimean Medal (french) ‘Abd al-Majid (1823-61) struck (metalworking)

Medal / Turkish Crimean Medal (french) ‘Abd al-Majid struck (metalworking)

Crimean War, Ottomans, Military, Foot Rest, Military Man