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Red velvet cintimani

Fragmentary silk velvet with repeating tiger-stripe and cintamani design, Ottoman period (ca. second half of century Turkey, Bursa Silk, metal-wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet (çatma), brocaded;

Length of brocaded velvet, 16th century Spanish or Italian Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread ( The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Length of brocaded velvet, century Spanish or Italian Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (via Length of brocaded velvet [Spanish or Italian]

Textile Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: 16th century Geography: Turkey, Bursa Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha) Accession Number: 44.41.1

Textile Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Turkey, Bursa Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread;

Loom width with floral and tiger-stripe design [Turkey, Bursa] (44.41.3) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Loom width with floral and tiger–stripe design, century Turkey, Bursa Silk, metal–wrapped thread;

Textile with Stylized Carnations, Turkey, second 16th century (cut and voided silk velvet on metallic ground)

Turkey Textile Length with Design of Stylized Carnations, second half of century Textile, Cut and voided silk velvet on metallic ground

Fragment of yellow-ground kemhal, Istanbul, Second half 16th century. TM 1.47, Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1947. __ Textile Museum (Washington DC, USA)

Fragment of yellow-ground kemhal, Istanbul, Second half century. On view at the Textile Museum, in The Sultan's Garden: The Blossoming of Ottoman Art September 2012 through March 2013

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:

length of velvet | MFA for Educators

Length of velvet, Turkish, Ottoman, first half of the century. Cut and voided silk velvet brocaded with gilt-metal wrapped thread. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

An Imperial Ottoman cintamani silk and metal thread brocade Fragment (kemha) Bursa, Turkey, second half of the 16th Century

An Imperial Ottoman cintamani silk and metal thread brocade Fragment (kemha) Bursa, Turkey, second half of the Century

Chasuble. Satin ground velvet; brocaded with metal thread. 16th century. Miseruha hátoldala - török bársony padlótakaróból szabva

Back of a chasuble - tailored from a Turkish velvet blanket - late century

Brocaded Velvet Cushion Cover, c. mid 16th century  Turkey, Istanbul or Bursa, Ottoman period, 16th century  silk, gilt-and silver-metal thread, cotton; brocaded velvet

Brocaded velvet cushion cover, ca. century, Turkey, Istanbul or Bursa, Ottoman period.

Ottoman Sephardim: Paisley is Not Period: A Look at Ottoman Textile Motifs

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

Ottoman textile pannel, probably made in Bursa, 1550-1600.  Silk and metal thread woven in the lampas technique. This textile was made from blue, red, black and white silk thread and a metal thread used to create areas of gold ground. It was woven in the lampas technique, in which two distinct types of weave (satin & twill) were combined using a drawloom, which had two sets of warps and wefts and a mechanism for creating the pattern, operated by a second weaver. (V&A Museum, London).

Ottoman Silk Dress Fabric with Ogival Lattice Design with Silk and Metal Threads, 16 Century; © V and A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ogees (ovals with pointed ends) are especially common, but slightly wavy vertical vines with flowers - especially tulips and carnations - are also popular. The famous Ottoman fabrics were made chiefly of silk, and were constructed in a variety of complex weaves, such as brocade, velvet and voided velvet, lampas, damask, and more.

Century Ottoman fabric - many of today's fabric designers copy this style

Brocade  Date:     16th century Geography:     Turkey, Bursa Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Silk and gold

Brocade Date: century Geography: Turkey, Bursa Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk and gold Dimensions: Textile: L. cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1908 Accession Number:

Fragment  Date:     16th century Geography:     Turkey, Bursa Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha)

Fragment Date: century Geography: Turkey, Bursa Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; lampas (kemha) Dimensions: Textile: H. cm) Mount: H.

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