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late 15th century, Italy

Hanging Date:late century Culture:Italian, possibly Florence Medium:silk…

Date: mid-16th century Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha)

Fragment Date: century Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread;

Italian textile with brocade, silk, gold thread, 15th century.

Textile with Brocade Date: century Culture: Spanish or Italian (?) Medium: Silk, gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 11 x 9 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven-Brocade Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1912 Accession Number:

Ottoman Textile Fragment.  Late 16th Cent.  (Cleveland Museum of Art)

Turkey, Bursa, late century, brocaded silk with metal thread weft, Average - cm inches).

Back references from Album in Album for Album of photo: Ottoman Textiles in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York | rugrabbit.com

Back references from Album in Album for Album of photo: Ottoman Textiles in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

ottoman furnishing fabric • 16th century silk velvet • made in Bursa to challenge Italian competition • stay with us at www.istanbulplace.com holiday apartments to see more of these in the museum collections there

Furnishing fabric

Furnishing fabric Place of origin: Bursa (city), Turkey (probably, made) Turkey (made) Date: late century Materials and Techniques: Silk velvet Museum number:

Kaftan fragment, Ottoman, Bursa (?), Turkey, first half of 17th century, kemha (lampas). The Textile Museum 1.57, acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1951. Photographed by Renée Comet

Kaftan fragment, Turkey, first half of century, kemha (lampas). The Textile Museum acquired by George Hewitt Myers in Photographed by Renée Comet

ottoman `kemha' fragment sold at Sotheby's

Brocade `Kemha' Fragment, Ottoman woven with foliate and flowering repeat motif, in cerise with golden ground, shaped section, mounted in later stretcher Approximately 70 by century

Florence, early 16th C. Green velvet, with pattern of “interlaced chestnut branches on ivory silk ground” (Santangelo, Plate 49)

Florence ~ early century ~ green velvet with pattern of interlaced chestnut branches on ivory silk ground (Santangelo, Plate ~ The century green and ivory velvet above displays the continuing s-curve style.

voided silk velvet and metal thread brocade • Turkish, attributed to Bursa, probably before 1550 • see more at Topkapi Museum when you stay with us at www.istanbulplace.com

Ottoman textile, voided silk velvet and metal thread brocade, Bursa, Turkey, c.

Textile Fragment  Object Name:     Fragment Date:     ca. 1570–80 Geography:     Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha)

Textile Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: ca. Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread;

Fragmentary Loom Width with Ogival Pattern  Object Name:     Fragment Date:     ca. 1570–80 Geography:     Turkey, probably Istanbul Medium:     Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha) Dimensions:     Textile: L. 75 in. (190.5 cm) W. 26 in. (66 cm) Mount: L. 56 3/8 in. (143.2 cm) W. 30 3/4 in. (78.1 cm) D. 1 in. (2.5 cm) Wt. 36 lbs. (16.3 kg) Classification:     Textiles

Fragmentary Loom Width with Ogival Pattern Object Name: Fragment Date: ca. Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread;

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