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Sultan's caftan silk caftan from 16th century (Museum Topkapi, Istanbul)

Sultan's caftan silk caftan from 16th century (Museum Topkapi, Istanbul)

16th century long-sleeved robe with tulip design • tailored in Turkey from imported Italian silk velvet (?) • Topkapi Saray Museum Istanbul

16th century long-sleeved robe with tulip design • tailored in Turkey from imported Italian silk velvet (?) • Topkapi Saray Museum Istanbul

Kaftan 1600-1629 (made) Height: 96.8 cm, Width: 83.8 cm bottom hem-line C, velvet, 1600-1629, Turkish

Kaftan

Kaftan 1600-1629 (made) Height: 96.8 cm, Width: 83.8 cm bottom hem-line C, velvet, 1600-1629, Turkish

Caftan with short sleeves (back) believed to belong to Osman II (1618-22). Velvet stitches on gold cloth with blue velvet decoration and stylized lotus pattern. 17 century.

Caftan with short sleeves (back) believed to belong to Osman II (1618-22). Velvet stitches on gold cloth with blue velvet decoration and stylized lotus pattern. 17 century.

Blue Inner Kaftan, c. late 16th century; belonged to Ayse Sultan (d.1605)

Blue Inner Kaftan, c. late 16th century; belonged to Ayse Sultan (d.1605)

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

Design of traditional Turkish silk caftan of Sultan Selim I. (1470-1520)

Design of traditional Turkish silk caftan of Sultan Selim I. (1470-1520)

Princes’ Kaftans from Ottoman Turkey 1550-1600 (made) Middle East, Textiles. Child's kaftan in two parts, brocaded silk with design of staggered red medallions, Ottoman 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 red medallions, Ottoman 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 - 1590 - Bursa, Turkey

Kaftan

Kaftan - 1590 - Bursa, Turkey

Traditional Design of Turkish brocade caftan on silk, of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror (1432-1481)

Traditional Design of Turkish brocade caftan on silk, of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror (1432-1481)


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