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Antique Persian Kerman Shawl Wool Termeh Qajar Dynasty 1795 - 1925 A.D 150 Years old  Persian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

Antique Persian Kerman Shawl Wool Termeh Qajar Dynasty 1795 - 1925 A.D 150 Years old Persian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

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

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

Early 17th century kaftan worn by Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617) as a child. The composition consist of pine cones in the form of stylised cypress trees woven in gold, surrounded by tulips and carnations and set in floral medallions with tulip finials. Child’s kaftan. TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM

Early 17th century kaftan worn by Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617) as a child. The composition consist of pine cones in the form of stylised cypress trees woven in gold, surrounded by tulips and carnations and set in floral medallions with tulip finials. Child’s kaftan. TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM

Silk Kaftan, 16th century, Topkapi Palace Museum  Made from a single piece of kemha (brocaded silk) without repeats, this mid-16th-century kaftan, probably worn by a son of Süleyman the Magnificent, is unique in its rich palette and marks the peak of textile weaving. The black-green ground is filled with a riot of saz leaves, pomegranates, rosettes and peonies, recalling Iznik tiles in the Topkapı Palace’s Circumcision Chamber, which dates from 1520, and manuscripts of the same era

Silk Kaftan, 16th century, Topkapi Palace Museum Made from a single piece of kemha (brocaded silk) without repeats, this mid-16th-century kaftan, probably worn by a son of Süleyman the Magnificent, is unique in its rich palette and marks the peak of textile weaving. The black-green ground is filled with a riot of saz leaves, pomegranates, rosettes and peonies, recalling Iznik tiles in the Topkapı Palace’s Circumcision Chamber, which dates from 1520, and manuscripts of the same era

Long sleeved dress which may have belonged to Fatma Sultan, bride of Mustafa III. 18th century

Long sleeved dress which may have belonged to Fatma Sultan, bride of Mustafa III. 18th century

eclektic:    Caftan, c. XVI Century  Topkaki Museum, Istambul, Turkey

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

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

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