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Ottoman Embroidered Caftan Made Of Sapphire Blue Velvet With Heavy Gold 3-Dimensional Floral And Vine Embroidered Front And Back, V-Neck Blue Dyed Fox Fur Collar And Hem Trim    c.19th Century

Ottoman Embroidered Caftan Made Of Sapphire Blue Velvet With Heavy Gold 3-Dimensional Floral And Vine Embroidered Front And Back, V-Neck Blue Dyed Fox Fur Collar And Hem Trim c.19th Century

Üçetek entari and şalvar, late 19th century - early 20th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Üçetek entari and şalvar, late 19th century - early 20th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Caftan

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Caftan

Ottoman Empire costume, dresses and Caftan. Traditional Turkish mens dress, turban and clothing. امپراتوری عثمانی, османская империя, Turkish Military Costume.

Ottoman Empire costume, dresses and Caftan. Traditional Turkish mens dress, turban and clothing. امپراتوری عثمانی, османская империя, Turkish Military Costume.

Caftan, c. XVI Century, Topkaki Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. via Sweet Pea Path on tumblr

Les caftans de Topkapi

Caftan, c. XVI Century, Topkaki Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. via Sweet Pea Path on tumblr

Early 17th century kaftan worn by Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617) as a child, showing reverse of fabric and green facing

Early 17th century kaftan worn by Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617) as a child, showing reverse of fabric and green facing

Short Sleeve Appliqued Kaftan of Murad III. (1574-1595), Identical in pattern to a 17th century Kaftan associated with Suleyman III except their lengths are different and this one had Banded closures and the later one just buttons. TPM 13/195

Short Sleeve Appliqued Kaftan of Murad III. (1574-1595), Identical in pattern to a 17th century Kaftan associated with Suleyman III except their lengths are different and this one had Banded closures and the later one just buttons. TPM 13/195

Woman’s caftan.  Late-Ottoman, mid-19th century.   The dark red silk velvet is embroidered with gold thread strip and sequins in dival work and in stem stitch (so-called ‘sarma’ or ‘Maraş işi’).

Woman’s caftan. Late-Ottoman, mid-19th century. The dark red silk velvet is embroidered with gold thread strip and sequins in dival work and in stem stitch (so-called ‘sarma’ or ‘Maraş işi’).

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