Kaftans, Robes etc.

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An Official Ottoman Man´s Gold embroidered suit, 19th C.. Turkey  turkishculture.org

An Official Ottoman Man´s Gold embroidered suit, 19th C.. Turkey turkishculture.org

16th century kaftan textile • vine motif

16th century kaftan textile • vine motif

Category: Sca I like this blog for the pictures and links to  documents

Category: Sca I like this blog for the pictures and links to documents

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Silks for the Sultans - текстиль из музея Топкапы, Стамбул

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Silks for the Sultans - текстиль из музея Топкапы, Стамбул

Ottoman Silks Originally a design hand-woven in pure silk for a child\'s kaftan of the last quarter of the 16th century and believed to be worn by the princes of Murad III (1574-1595). Only 71.5 cm in length it has short sleeves and the front is cut on the diagonal as with all traditional kaftans. Inventory number 13/265 from the Royal Wardrobe Collection, Topkapi Palace, Istanbul. 4 / 6

Ottoman Silks Originally a design hand-woven in pure silk for a child\'s kaftan of the last quarter of the 16th century and believed to be worn by the princes of Murad III (1574-1595). Only 71.5 cm in length it has short sleeves and the front is cut on the diagonal as with all traditional kaftans. Inventory number 13/265 from the Royal Wardrobe Collection, Topkapi Palace, Istanbul. 4 / 6

Ottoman Caftan with short sleeves that belonged to Mehmet III (1595-1603).

Ottoman Caftan with short sleeves that belonged to Mehmet III (1595-1603).

Princes’ Kaftans from Ottoman Turkey  1550-1600 (made) Middle East, Textiles. Child's kaftan in two parts, brocaded silk with design of staggered gold medallions against blue ground, probably Istanbul or Bursa, Turkey, 1575-1625  These three kaftans were worn by Ottoman princes who died when they were children. They were preserved in imperial tombs where, in accordance with Ottoman custom, they were placed over the graves of the deceased.

Kaftan

Princes’ Kaftans from Ottoman Turkey 1550-1600 (made) Middle East, Textiles. Child's kaftan in two parts, brocaded silk with design of staggered gold medallions against blue ground, probably Istanbul or Bursa, Turkey, 1575-1625 These three kaftans were worn by Ottoman princes who died when they were children. They were preserved in imperial tombs where, in accordance with Ottoman custom, they were placed over the graves of the deceased.

Child's kaftan made from woven silk patterned with floral sprigs. Turkey (made) ca. 1600 (made)  Woven silk Dimensions Height: 75.5 cm, Width: 73.2 cm bottom hem-line

Kaftan

Child's kaftan made from woven silk patterned with floral sprigs. Turkey (made) ca. 1600 (made) Woven silk Dimensions Height: 75.5 cm, Width: 73.2 cm bottom hem-line

Early 17th century kaftan worn by Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617) as a child.  Silk brocade ('kemha').The composition consist of pine cones in the form of stylised cypress trees woven in gold, surrounded by tulips and carnations and set in floral medallions with tulip finials. (TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM).

Early 17th century kaftan worn by Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617) as a child. Silk brocade ('kemha').The composition consist of pine cones in the form of stylised cypress trees woven in gold, surrounded by tulips and carnations and set in floral medallions with tulip finials. (TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM).

2nd quarter 18th c.? Appliquéd caftan, associated with Mahmut I (r.1730-54)

2nd quarter 18th c.? Appliquéd caftan, associated with Mahmut I (r.1730-54)

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