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İsveçli von Celsing ailesine ait 1700lerin İstanbul'unu canlandıran 102 tablo Türkiye istemeyince Katar'a satıldı: http://fotogaleri.ntvmsnbc.com/turkiye-istemeyince-katar-aldi.html?position=0 Padişah III Ahmet’in, Baba Gustaf Celsing’e hediye ettiği altın ve gümüş işlemeli kaftan.

Silk brocade (‘kemha’) caftan associated with Ahmet III Ottoman, early century.

Turkish Flight Archery: Making Ottoman Shalvar TrousersTurkish Flight Archery Research And Practice

Turkish Flight Archery with all its aspects, Turkish archery technique, overdraw/siper, Turkish flight arrows, thumbring and Turkish flightbows.

MONGOLS CHINA AND THE SILK ROAD : Rare Sogdian Textiles at Sothebys auction…

A fine Sogdian silk Lampas textile fragment, Central Asia - century.

16th century ~ Turkey ~ Islamic ~ Silk, metal wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded

Panel Date: century Geography: Turkey Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet,

scanned by Barbara Viruet: 16 or 17 c. Ottoman *patchworked* ermine-lined summer kaftan. From "Furs and Skins Owned by the Sultans" by Hulya Tezcan, in "Ottoman Costumes: From Textile to Identity", edited by Suraiya Faroqhi & Christoph K. Neumann

Ottoman *patchworked* ermine-lined summer kaftan. From "Furs and Skins Owned by the Sultans" by Hulya Tezcan, in "Ottoman Costumes: From Textile to Identity", edited by Suraiya Faroqhi & Christoph K. Scanned by Barbara Viruet.

Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves associated with Sultan Ibrahim (1640-8). White satin decorated with crescents and stripes of red satin, 17th century.

Ceremonial caftan associated with Sultan Ibrahim White satin, woven with ‘şintemani’ (or: leopard spot) motifs (= tripel crescent) and ‘Chinese clouds’ (the horizontal waves);

Ottoman kaftan from the Topkapı Palace Museum.  Brocaded silk.

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Veiling Garment from the Tekke Turkoman people of Central Asia, ca. 1860-1890, silk, cotton, wool. Worn as a veiling garment, hanging from the head and covering the upper body.

Veiling Garment from the Tekke Turkoman people of Central Asia, ca. Worn as a veiling garment, hanging from the head and covering the upper body.

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