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

Üçetek entari and şalvar, late century - early century, Sadberk Hanim Museum - blue and gold Turkish caftan

19th century Ottoman velvet fragment. Metal embroidery on silk.  Cm 30x46 or in 11.8x18.1. Not much velvet left, but beautiful. Found framed several years ago in Damascus.

Metal embroidery on silk. Cm or in Not much velvet left, but beautiful. Found framed several years ago in Damascus.It is a Bindalli piece!

Woman’s caftan.  Late-Ottoman, mid-19th century.   The dark red silk velvet is embroidered with gold thread strip and sequins in dival work and in stem stitch (so-called ‘sarma’ or ‘Maraş işi’).

Ottoman Turkish Woman's Kaftan worn at Court, circa 1840 in the 'Shah's Pleasure' pattern. Different base colour would work for brass coast, patterns!

Üçetek entari, c. late 19th century :: belonging to the Sadberk Hanim Museum

Üçetek entari, c. late century :: belonging to the Sadberk Hanim Museum .I have seen the well kept beautiful Entaries on Sadberk Hanim.

Ottoman velvet embroider palace prayer rug 19th century silk and silver thread,Gold-plated. Thank you.

Ottoman velvet embroidered​ palace prayer rug century silk and silver thread,Gold-plated.

A woman's caftan (‘bindalli entari’). Circa 1840.  Late-Ottoman upper class dress, possibly from Konya.  Velvet adorned with goldwork embroidery, minuscule golden spirals and metallic sequins.

A woman's caftan (‘bindalli entari’). Circa Late-Ottoman upper class dress, possibly from Konya. Velvet adorned with goldwork embroidery, minuscule golden spirals and metallic sequins.

Ottoman embroidered shoes, ca. 1700. Purchase by Augustus the Strong in 1713. Length: 25, 2 cm, weight: 210g. (Dresden State Art Collections).

Ottoman embroidered shoes, c. 1700 – purchase by Augustus the Strong in 1713 Dresden State Art Collections

A velvet ‘yastık’ (cushion cover).   Late-Ottoman, second half of 19th century.  Embroidered with   gold dival work ('Maraş işi’).

A velvet ‘yastık’ (cushion cover). Late-Ottoman, second half of century. Embroidered with gold dival work ('Maraş işi’).

Embroidered woman's shoes.  Late-Ottoman fashion, from Bursa, 1900-1925.  The model is French, the 'goldwork' embroidery is Turkish/Ottoman.  (Uluumay Museum, Bursa).

Late-Ottoman fashion, from Bursa, The model is French, the 'goldwork' embroidery is Turkish/Ottoman.

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