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  • Dee Dickson

    Lampas woven textile with tulips, silk and silver lamella. Turkey. 2nd half of 16th century.

  • stone-church

    Lampas-woven textile with tulips, silk and silver lamella Turkey; 2nd half of 16th century****amazing fabric design & colour: then saw the date....!! s-c

  • morhenna

    turkish textile with tulips - silk and silver lamella, c.1560

  • Rosemary Eskew

    Ottoman textile with tulips - Lampas-weave of silk and silver lamella Turkey; 2nd half of 16th century

  • Joanie Johns

    Lampas-woven textile with tulips, silk and silver lamella Turkey; 2nd half of 16th century 130 × 56 cm Although this textile was cut down a couple of centimeters on the sides, its large, stylized tulips make it a fine example of the highly original and magnificent patterns that were designed in the Ottoman court studios.

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