An Ottoman Drawing of a Peri, attributable to Veli Can, Turkey, 16th century Gouache heightened with gold on paper, depicting a seated peri before a bowl of fruit, with large feathery wings and leafy hat, inscribed 'perizad' above, bordered in gold, outer margins filled with large leafy outlines in gold, reverse with a text box with 8 lines of flowing nasta'liq script in black ink, sprinkled with gold drawing: 12.1 by 6.8cm. leaf: 19.6 by 12.5cm.
Persian (Safavid), Seated Artist, about 1600. Watercolor with gold on paper, 20x14.4 cm. Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah at the Kuwait National Museum. Shows that cloud collars could be separate and not part of the qaba'.
Chinese Woman's Yoke or "Cloud Collar" (Yun-chien) Unknown Artist Qing dynasty (1644-1912), 1850-1900 Silk satin embroidered with silk floss in knotted stitch and couched with gold-wrapped thread and silk cord Chinese overall: H. 82 x W. 82 cm; H. 32 5/16 x W. 32 5/16 in MWCH44:141 Murray Warner Collection of Oriental Art
Detail: Hilālī, Badr al-Din, Astarābādi (d. 1532–33) Classroom Scene Shāh va darvish (The King and the Dervish), in Persian Finished 19 January 1540, written by Mīr Calī al-Kātib al-Sulṭānī, probably for Cabd al-caziz Sulṭān. Uzbekistan, Bukhara 197 x 115 mm Purchased by Pierpont Morgan before 1913 MS M.531, fols. 12v–13r http://www.themorgan.org/collection/treasures-of-islamic-manuscript-painting/94