Caftan with short sleeves associated with Mahmut I (1730-54), Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

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Ottoman Silks Originally a design hand-woven in pure silk for a child\'s kaftan of the last quarter of the 16th century and believed to be worn by the princes of Murad III (1574-1595). Only 71.5 cm in length it has short sleeves and the front is cut on the diagonal as with all traditional kaftans. Inventory number 13/265 from the Royal Wardrobe Collection, Topkapi Palace, Istanbul. 4 / 6

Ottoman Silks Originally a design hand-woven in pure silk for a child's kaftan…

Topkapi Palace Museum / Imperial Wardrobe Collection

Imperial Wardrobe Collection at Topkapi Palace Museum in Turkey

Ottoman Hil'at with a design of saz leaves and blossoms, possibly made for one of the sons of Sultan Süleyman the Magnicent, Turkey, mid-16th century. Kemha, silk and gilt-metal thread brocade.

Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves associated with Bayazit II but is probably one made for Soliman the Magnificent,Sehzade Bayazit (death in or Mustafa (death in Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

Osmanlı, Giysi Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Kaftan

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Caftan, Selim I The Terrible.Selim), nicknamed Yavuz (traditionally translated as "grim," but closer to "stern" or "implacable" in meaning) (October – September was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1512 to

Caftan with short sleeves associated with Ahmet II (1691-3), ivory colored satin decorated with brown three circle pattern, 17th Century, Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

Caftan with short sleeves associated with Ahmet II ivory colored satin decorated with brown three circle pattern, Century, Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

Caftan with short sleeves and collar going up, associated with Selim I the Terrible (1512-20).    Istanbul Turkey

Ottoman Caftan - An adult man's quilted kaftan of red silk with a woven pattern of three yellow çintamani circles, each surrounded by a thin line of light blue.

from the book: Silks for the Sultans - Ottoman Imperial Garments from Topkapi Palace by A. Ertug and A. Kocabiyik.

from the book: Silks for the Sultans - Ottoman Imperial Garments from Topkapi Palace by A. Ertug and A.

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