Antiques

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Seljuk Costume on Ceramics, 12th to 13th centuries

Saljuq Cup with Seated Men, early century. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M.

Late-Ottoman 'üçetek' (gown) with embroidered 'uçkur' (waistband). 2nd half of the 19th century.

Late-Ottoman urban dress: 'üçetek' (gown) with embroidered 'uçkur' (waistband).

Üçetek entari, late 19th century - early 20th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Üçetek entari, late 19th century - early 20th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Suleiman the Magnificent's Throne, 16th century. (Topkapi Palace Museum)

ottoman empirejewelrySuleiman the Magnificent's Throne, century (Topkapi Palace Museum) TOPKAPI PLACE - Sultan's throne

Prelate’s cope of gold-woven Ottoman silk, dedicated by the Metropolitan of Nikomedeia, Neophytos, to the Monastery of St John the Forerunner at Serres. 1629. H. 1.30 m. (ΓΕ 9349)

Prelate’s cope of gold-woven Ottoman silk, dedicated by the Metropolitan of Nikomedeia, Neophytos, to the Monastery of St John the Forerunner at Serres.

Sufi wooden calligraphic emblem of the arabic word ASH-SHAFI or The Healer, one of Allah’s many names. Turkey; 18th-19th C.

"The Healer".Wooden Turkish Sufi emblem, eighteenth to nineteenth century; based on the Arabic word ash-shafi ('the Healer'), one of Allah's names. (The David Collection)

18th C ANTIQUE OTTOMAN-TURKISH HAND EMBROIDERY ON LINEN 'YAĞLIK'

18th C ANTIQUE OTTOMAN-TURKISH HAND EMBROIDERY ON LINEN 'YAĞLIK'

Paper Embroidery, Ottomans, Peacocks, Needlework, Embroidery, Embroidery

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