Turkey or Balkans | Ottoman belt; belt buckle formed of two circular plaque sections either side of a lobed element, with filigree detail and faux-gemstones on raised settings, the belt of green velvet on leather embroidered with flowers in silver gilt thread with sequins | ca. 19th century | 3125£ ~ sold (Oct 12) Women's Belts - http://amzn.to/2id8d5j
Cloth at the Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul-Turkey, Via : http://www.sultanahmet1.com/wp-content/gallery/kaftans-in-topkapi-palace/kaftans-in-topkapi-palace-sultanahmet-istanbul-style-and-status-of-the-ottoman-period-13.jpg
Traditional festive headgear from Central-Anatolia (Konya – Niğde). Second half 19th century. The felt ‘fes’ (hat) is adorned with silver chains & pendants, and late-Ottoman copper coins. The usual metallic cover (often silver) is replaced by 19th century Ottoman coins which overlap. (Inv.nr. ba$028 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).
Turkey | Ottoman silver-gilt filigree belt; he belt made up of a chain of semi-tubular sections with applied flowers and diamond motifs, the clasp with a large flowerhead and three pendants | ca. 1900 - Women's Belts - http://amzn.to/2hOqA0h