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This fragment of a Kehma once belonged to the renown Kelekian Collection. It shows one of the best known patterns of Ottoman fabric of the 16th Century: that of a richly decorated ogival medallion woven in metallic threads, and framed by a silk border on a red ground.  Originally, it may have been part of a kaftan just like a similar piece in Victorian and Albert Museum, London.

Courtesy of Galleria Moshe Tabibnia

 

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Silk and Metallic Threads

16th Century, Ottoman Empire

Tapestry: 47 x 33 cm

Frame: 47 x 33 cm

 

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Antique 16th Century Kemha Textile, Kelekian Collection

  • €18.000,00