Carlton Hobbs LLC, A magnificent and extremely rare mirror bearing the arms of the Ottoman Empire, made during the reign of Muhammad Ali Pasha  Its crest bears the Khedival crown and arms of Muhammad Ali Pasha al-Mas’ud ibn Agha (March 4, 1769 – August 2, 1849).

Carlton Hobbs LLC, A magnificent and extremely rare mirror bearing the arms of the Ottoman Empire, made during the reign of Muhammad Ali Pasha Its crest bears the Khedival crown and arms of Muhammad Ali Pasha al-Mas’ud ibn Agha (March 1769 – August

Late 19th Century Ottoman Syrian mother of pearl inlaid Wood Mirror

Late Century Ottoman Turkish, SYRIAN mother of pearl inlaid Wood Mirror. To Ordain the walls of Raina's room

A 17th-century Turkish tent currently on display at the Wawel Royal Castle, Cracow.

suzani: “ An Ottoman Tent in Wawel Royal Castle. A Turkish tent currently on display at the Wawel Royal Castle, Cracow is a large and powerful reminder of the historic threat to Europe.

Pair of everyday silk shalvar from the Topkapi Palace Museum.

Pair of everyday silk shalvar from the Topkapi Palace Museum. It is not known if these belonged to a man or a woman,

Beylerbeyi Palace, Istanbul

BEYLERBEYI PALACE: was built by (Armenian Architects)Balyan Family in Baroque-style for Sultan Abdulmecit, between in Istanbul.

A large gilt and enamelled clear glass mosque lamp, Ottoman Syria, 19th century.

A large gilt and enamelled clear glass mosque lamp, Ottoman Syria, century.

Ottoman Lady

Veiled woman in street dress. Old studio photo. Istanbul, late-Ottoman era, end of century.

15th century Ottoman kazaghand, a jacket with a  silk outer layer, a layer of padding, with a zirah (mail shirt) hidden inside. Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul Turkey. One of two known examples.

century Ottoman kazaghand belonging to Grand Vizier Mahmut Pasha a jacket with a silk outer layer, a layer of padding, with a zirah (mail shirt) hidden inside. One of two known examples.

Woman's 'fes' (cap), adorned with pearls and metallic sequins.  Late-Ottoman, 19th century.

Woman's 'fes' (cap), adorned with pearls and metallic sequins. Recent Crimean work in late-Ottoman style.

An Ottoman room

Ottoman style room, "The Turkish Room" with Turkish Smirna rugs and copperware, Peleş Castle, Romania.

Gülabdan is an Ottoman-era pear-shaped bottle, often made of silver or ceramics, used to pour or sprinkle rose water. During Ottoman times, gülabdan was used to offer rose water to houseguests, a revered tradition at the time.

Gülabdan is an Ottoman-era pear-shaped bottle, often made of silver or ceramics, used to pour or sprinkle rose water. During Ottoman times, gülabdan was used to offer rose water to houseguests, a revered tradition at the time.

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