Turkish Textiles

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AN OTTOMAN COURIER'S ENSEMBLE TURKEY. Early comprising very full gathered trousers and two jackets of blue facecloth embroidered in gilt thread; together with a pair of Turkish slippers Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Arab Clothing, Empire Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Folk Costume, Costumes, Early 2000s Fashion

AN OTTOMAN COURIER'S ENSEMBLE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Bir Osmanlı Görevli Elbisesi, 20.YY Başı

Needlework Projects Detail of Ottoman imperial tent wall, ca. century, “War Against the Ottomans” permanent exhibition, Museum of Military History (Heeresgeschichtliches Museum), Vienna - stambouline: Triumphal Tents Wool Applique, Embroidery Applique, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Quilt Patterns, Vienna Museum, Empire Ottoman, Reverse Applique, Woodworking Crafts

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Detail of Ottoman imperial tent wall, ca. 17th century, “War Against the Ottomans” permanent exhibition, Museum of Military History (Heeresgeschichtliches Museum), Vienna - stambouline: Triumphal Tents

An Ottoman tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl table cabinet, Turkey, circa century

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Ottoman woman. - SANDYS, George - 1615 Middle Eastern Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, Empire Ottoman, Ottoman Turks, Evolution Of Fashion, Historical Women, Medieval Clothing, Historical Costume, Islamic Art

Ottoman woman. - SANDYS, George - GEZGİNLERİN BAKIŞI - Yerler - Anıtlar – İnsanlar Güneydoğu Avrupa - Doğu Akdeniz Yunanistan - Anadolu - Güney İtalya - 15. yüzyıl - 20. yüzyıl

suzani: “ An Ottoman Tent in Wawel Royal Castle. A Turkish tent currently on display at the Wawel Royal Castle, Cracow is a large and powerful reminder of the historic threat to Europe. Istanbul, Ottoman Empire, Islamic Art, 17th Century, Art And Architecture, Glamping, Archaeology, Castle, History

Turkish Tents

After reading and posting last week about the Turkish tent inspired room designed by Renzo Mongiardino, I decided to learn more about these exotic structures. So, here is a *brief* history lesson (and I don't think you'll need that shot of espresso to get through this!). The early Turks were a nomadic people who lived in ornate tents that were derived from yurts. This choice of abode later influenced the Ottoman armies, which were known for traveling with elaborate war tents. As the Ottoman…

 circular base probably wood, wrapped with white woolen scarf, & the upper, domed part designed as a turban with stylised folds, & a red calligraphic silk cloth. Islamic World, Islamic Art, King Hat, Ottoman Turks, Woolen Scarves, Turkish Delight, Turban, Moorish, World Cultures

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Ottoman woman. - SANDYS, George - GEZGİNLERİN BAKIŞI - Yerler - Anıtlar – İnsanlar Güneydoğu Avrupa - Doğu Akdeniz Yunanistan - Anadolu - Güney İtalya - 15. yüzyıl - 20. yüzyıl Middle Eastern Clothing, 16th Century Clothing, Empire Ottoman, Ottoman Turks, Evolution Of Fashion, Historical Women, Medieval Clothing, Historical Costume, Islamic Art

Ottoman woman. - SANDYS, George - GEZGİNLERİN BAKIŞI - Yerler - Anıtlar – İnsanlar Güneydoğu Avrupa - Doğu Akdeniz Yunanistan - Anadolu - Güney İtalya - 15. yüzyıl - 20. yüzyıl

16 c. These are generally used to hold a white "veil" on a small pill-box hat. Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Small Pill Box, Mother Courage, 16th Century Clothing, Medieval Hairstyles, Medieval Embroidery, Art Costume, Pillbox Hat

16 c., women's head bands. These are generally used to hold a white "veil" on a small pill-box hat.

Vente Christies 04/04 2006

Vente Christies 04/04 2006

Gentile Bellini’s painting of Sultan Mehmet II, produced at the Ottoman conqueror’s Istanbul court, presents a rare instance of art as diplomatic weapon. British Museum, Venetian Painters, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Costume, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Empire Ottoman, Peter Paul Rubens, Art History

On Vacation: A Mistra song from Evliya

Gentile Bellini, Turkish Woman, ca. 1480. A song collected by Evliya Çelebi in the late summer of 1668, included in the Mistra section of the Seyatahatname. Evliya wrote a transliteration of the Greek in Arabic script. The transliteration into the Latin and Greek alphabets, and the translation are by Pierre MacKay. Evliya's transcription is remarkable, in part, because Arabic script does not permit the consonant clusters so common in Greek. Kla pste ma tia mou, kla pse te, na ka me te mia…

A woman’s headscarf from NW Anatolia, rural style, ca. Silk, edged with silk needle lace. Costume Collection, Traditional Clothes, Needle Lace, Central Asia, Folk, Textiles, Costumes, Woman, Style

A woman’s headscarf from NW Anatolia, rural style, ca. 1975. Silk, edged with silk needle lace. (Inv.nr. yaz195 - Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

 This is embroidery but could also be done on a leather band 16th Century Clothing, Headgear, 17th Century, Household Items, Ottoman, Textiles, Embroidery, Illustration, Persian

16th century Kaşbastı (royal diadem). This is embroidery but could also be done on a leather band

 Scanned from a book in my possession. For reference only. Picture zooms to a large size for detail examination.

2nd half 16 c. Embroidered headbands. These are generally used to hold a white "veil" onto a woman's hat.

Kaftan (made) Height: cm, Width: cm bottom hem-line C, woven silk, Turkish Islamic Clothing, Historical Clothing, Orientation Outfit, 16th Century Clothing, Turkish Art, Fabric Ottoman, Muslim Fashion, Fashion Fabric, Men Dress

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