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Robe, Iran, Safavid, 17th/18th century. Fabric from India-silk, metallic wrapped silk, foil, silver, compound weave L: 104.00 cm, W: 157.50 cm. TM 3.112. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1927.

Robe, Iran, Safavid, 17th/18th century. Fabric from India-silk, metallic wrapped silk, foil, silver, compound weave L: 104.00 cm, W: 157.50 cm. TM 3.112. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1927.

TWO SAFAVID SILVER MOUNTED ENGRAVED GOURD FLASKS, INDIA, 17TH-18TH CENTURY

TWO SAFAVID SILVER MOUNTED ENGRAVED GOURD FLASKS, INDIA, 17TH-18TH CENTURY

LIVRUSTKAMMAREN, STOCKHOLM / BRIDGEMAN ART LIBRARY This coat of cut velvet was made in Iran for the Czar of Russia, who in 1644 gave it to Queen Christina of Sweden.

LIVRUSTKAMMAREN, STOCKHOLM / BRIDGEMAN ART LIBRARY This coat of cut velvet was made in Iran for the Czar of Russia, who in 1644 gave it to Queen Christina of Sweden.

Jug (mashrabah) | Origin: Iran | Period: early 16th century Safavid period | Details: Not Available | Type: Brass, traces of gold and silver inlay | Size: H: 12.8 W: 13.3 cm | Museum Code: F1977.4 | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Jug (mashrabah) | Origin: Iran | Period: early 16th century Safavid period | Details: Not Available | Type: Brass, traces of gold and silver inlay | Size: H: 12.8 W: 13.3 cm | Museum Code: F1977.4 | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Antique Persian Textile. Silk Velvet  Embroidery with Silver Thread.  Inscription in   Farsi at Center  Qajar Dynasty  1795 - 1925 A.D Circa 1850

Antique Persian Textile. Silk Velvet Embroidery with Silver Thread. Inscription in Farsi at Center Qajar Dynasty 1795 - 1925 A.D Circa 1850

Iran (made) 16th century (made) Unknown (production) Silk, lampas-woven This fragment of silk was once part of a cope. This type of sleeveless hooded vestment was worn by priests at certain Christian church ceremonies.

Iran (made) 16th century (made) Unknown (production) Silk, lampas-woven This fragment of silk was once part of a cope. This type of sleeveless hooded vestment was worn by priests at certain Christian church ceremonies.

Iran, Safavid, 17th century, tabby weave, double cloth; silk, Overall - h:15.90 w:12.10 cm (h:6 1/4 w:4 3/4 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1928.651

Iran, Safavid, 17th century, tabby weave, double cloth; silk, Overall - h:15.90 w:12.10 cm (h:6 1/4 w:4 3/4 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1928.651

Cut velvet, silver and gold threads  Width 130 cm Height 130 cm   Iran; Central Asia; Boukhara(?)  Iran  AD 17th century ~ AD 17th century  17th Century;(?)  Ceremonial Costume  Owner Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation  Museum

Cut velvet, silver and gold threads Width 130 cm Height 130 cm Iran; Central Asia; Boukhara(?) Iran AD 17th century ~ AD 17th century 17th Century;(?) Ceremonial Costume Owner Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Museum

Safavid silk kaftan. The Safavids ruled Persia from 1501 to 1722.

Safavid silk kaftan. The Safavids ruled Persia from 1501 to 1722.

Folio From The Shahnama Of Shah Tahmasp: Sindukht Brings Gifts To The Court Of Sam | The Aga Khan Museum: Arts of the Book: Illustrated Texts, Miniatures - Safavid, c. 1522-35 CE

Folio From The Shahnama Of Shah Tahmasp: Sindukht Brings Gifts To The Court Of Sam | The Aga Khan Museum: Arts of the Book: Illustrated Texts, Miniatures - Safavid, c. 1522-35 CE

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