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    17th C. Century Note how patterns - still formal - are now incorporating smaller, fussier elements

    • International Textile Fair Dubai

      A well knit brocade can go for thousands at the Grand Bazaar, Istanbul. ‪#‎ITFDubai‬ ‪#‎NihalaniEvents‬ ‪#‎Turkey‬ ‪#‎Istanbul‬ ‪#‎knitted‬ ‪#‎brocade‬ ‪#‎bazaar‬ ‪#‎textile‬ ‪#‎fabrics‬ ‪#‎TurkeyWeek‬

    • Judith Sylte

      Ottoman-era Chatma cushion cover, 17th C. - an illustration for "The Art Of Turkish Textile," excellent online article by the Turkish Cultural Foundation. Chatma is a kind of velvet fabric with a double ground and raised design. In the 16th C. the fame of Bursa chatmas spread far beyond the confines of the vast Ottoman Empire. Although very costly, it was in great demand in foreign markets and was one of the empire's most important exports.

    • Marle R

      Turkish fabrics are unique in weaving features. Research identified about six hundred and fifty names such as Kadife, Atlas, Gezi, Canfes, Selimiye, Hatayi, Catma, Seraser, Sevayi, etc. The main material was silk with gold and silver threads, rich in motifs such as flowers (tulips, carnations, roses, spring blossom, and hyacinth), trees (apple, date palm, cypress), animals (peacock, deer), crescent moon, star motifs, fruit (pomegranate, apple, date, artichoke, pineapple), etc.

    • Vildan Gülistan

      The Art Of Turkish Textile, Chatma Cushion Cover

    • Sololi Sololi

      Velvet Cushion Cover

    • Andie Hanna

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