Islamic calligraphy--textiles

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An Ottoman silk and metal-thread curtain with tughra of Sultan 'Abdulaziz (r.1861-76), Turkey, late 19th century | lot | Sotheby's

An Ottoman silk and metal-thread curtain with tughra of Sultan 'Abdulaziz (r.1861-76), Turkey, late 19th century | lot | Sotheby's

Ottoman Embroidery 19th century

Ottoman Embroidery 19th century

An Ottoman Curtain From the Tawassul at Medina (detail). Turkey. 13th century AH  19th century AD

An Ottoman Curtain From the Tawassul at Medina (detail). Turkey. 13th century AH 19th century AD

[Ottoman Empire] Regiment Banner, WWI (Osmanlı Alay Sancağı) (1)

[Ottoman Empire] Regiment Banner, WWI (Osmanlı Alay Sancağı) (1)

A Kaaba Cover, Period of Sultan Selim III, 19th Century (Bir Osmanlı Kabe Örtüsü, 19.YY)

A Kaaba Cover, Period of Sultan Selim III, 19th Century (Bir Osmanlı Kabe Örtüsü, 19.YY)

THE OTTOMAN KEY CASE OF TOMB OF HUSSEIN (R.A.) Osmanlı Dönemi Hz. Hüseyin'in (r.a.) Türbesinin Anahtar Kılıfı

THE OTTOMAN KEY CASE OF TOMB OF HUSSEIN (R.A.) Osmanlı Dönemi Hz. Hüseyin'in (r.a.) Türbesinin Anahtar Kılıfı

Ottoman seccade

Ottoman seccade

Sitarah for the minbar of the Meccan Sanctuary, with the name of King Faruq of Egypt Cairo, dated AH 1365 (1946 AD); dark-blue silk, with beige silk appliqués, embroidered in silver and silver-gilt wire over padding, 212 x 125 cm

Longing for Mecca. The pilgrim's journey

Sitarah for the minbar of the Meccan Sanctuary, with the name of King Faruq of Egypt Cairo, dated AH 1365 (1946 AD); dark-blue silk, with beige silk appliqués, embroidered in silver and silver-gilt wire over padding, 212 x 125 cm

An Ottoman silk and metal-thread curtain, with the tughra of Sultan Abdulmecid (r.1839-1861), mid-19th century | lot | Sotheby's

An Ottoman silk and metal-thread curtain, with the tughra of Sultan Abdulmecid (r.1839-1861), mid-19th century | lot | Sotheby's

Textile Fragment from the Dalmatic of San Valerius Date: 13th century Geography: Spain Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, gilt animal substrate around a silk core; tapestry weave Accession Number: 46.156.10

Textile Fragment from the Dalmatic of San Valerius Date: 13th century Geography: Spain Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, gilt animal substrate around a silk core; tapestry weave Accession Number: 46.156.10

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