Brocaded Velvet Cushion Cover, c. mid 16th century  Turkey, Istanbul or Bursa, Ottoman period, 16th century  silk, gilt-and silver-metal thread, cotton; brocaded velvet

Brocaded velvet cushion cover, ca. century, Turkey, Istanbul or Bursa, Ottoman period.

16th-century Ottoman talismanic shirt is covered in intricate scripts, including Muhaqqaq, Naskh, Ghubar, Thuluth and square Kufic. This shirt, with its decoration, parallels a group of similar Ottoman shirts in the Topkapi Saray Museum, all dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, with the crescent moon and cypress trees so common in 16th-century Ottoman styles (shown above from the front, below from the back).

Ottoman talismanic shirt covered in intricate scripts, including Muhaqqaq, Naskh, Ghubar, Thuluth and square Kufic.

Turkish brocade caftan

Caftan of Sultan Bayezid III. Turkish brocade on silk, caftan of Sultan Bayezid III Rose Turkish

Ottoman - Turkish national costumes - Forum "Eurasian historical server"

Heavily brocaded cloth-of-gold of this type was used in the coronation gown of Mary I (the gown being altered for Elizabeth I).

Ceremonial caftan made for Sehzade Mehmed, 2nd quarter of 16th century. Museum Topkapi (Istanbul)

Ottoman ceremonial man caftan made for Sehzade Mehmed, quarter of century.

An Ottoman talismanic cotton shirt (Jama) covered with text written in a variety of scripts, including Muhaqqaq, Naskh, Ghubar, Thuluth and square Kufic, in assorted colours, arranged in numerous...

An Ottoman talismanic cotton shirt (Jama) covered with text written in a variety of scripts, including Muhaqqaq, Naskh, Ghubar, Thuluth and square Kufic.

Caftan, c. XVI Century, Topkaki Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. via Sweet Pea Path on tumblr

Les caftans de Topkapi

eclektic: Caftan, c. XVI Century Topkapi Museum, Istanbul, Turkey***one of my all time print motifs - the circle within circle~~~

Ottoman Epirus Silk Embroidery – Turkey, 17th c, silk on cotton, sewn onto ground cloth and stretcher (43 cm x 94 cm).

Ottoman Epirus Silk Embroidery – Turkey, c, silk on cotton, sewn onto ground cloth and stretcher cm x 94 cm).

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

Silks for the Sultans - Textile Museum of Topkapi, Istanbul - Ornament and style DPI

Ceremonial caftan made for Sehzade Mehmed. Ottoman, 2nd quarter of 16th century. With amazing gold couching. (Museum Topkapi, Istanbul)

Ceremonial caftan made for Sehzade Mehmed. Ottoman, quarter of century. With amazing gold couching.

Ottoman voided silk velvet and metal panel. Turkey. Late 16th century. Crimson velvet ground with seven-petalled carnations.

Ottoman Voided Silk Velvet and Metal Panel / Turkey, late or first half century / Crimson velvet ground with seven-petalled carnations

Kaftan of red silk with appliqued gold cintamani crescents and tulips, most likely early 17th c., Topkapi Serai Museum, Istanbul, Turkey (back)

Kaftan of red silk with appliqued gold crescents and tulips. Çintamani is an Ottoman decorative motif that appears in textiles and tiles. It can be composed of a group of three circles arranged in a triangle. Or it can be a pair of wavy lines.

Ottoman long-sleeved robe (Hil'at)  with a design of saz leaves and blossoms, possibly made for one of the sons of Sultan Süleyman the Magni?cent, Turkey, mid-16th century. Kemha, silk and gilt-metal thread brocade. Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul, 13/37

Ottoman long-sleeved robe (Hil'at) with a design of saz leaves and blossoms…

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