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OTTOMAN EMBROIDERY which has exceptionally fine silk stitched designs on a linen background. The piece is composed of two embroidered sections separated by a fine central panel. This technique was often used  ...
OTTOMAN EMBROIDERY which has exceptionally fine silk stitched designs on a linen background. The piece is composed of two embroidered sections separated by a fine central panel. This technique was often used  ...
OTTOMAN EMBROIDERY which has exceptionally fine silk stitched designs on a linen background. The piece is composed of two embroidered sections separated by a fine central panel. This technique was often used  ...
ottoman embroidery which has exceptionally fine silk stitched designs on a linen background. The piece is composed of two embroidered sections separated by a fine central panel. This technique was often used in the western Greek region of Epirus where many types of textiles from bed linen to small covers such as this example were made. Although Greek in origin prominent Ottoman designs of long petal tulips and hyacinths, together with songbirds perched on floral shrubs are shown. Two very early ends of a sash which have similar colors and designs are shown on page 145 of "Embroidery of the Greek Islands" by Roderick Taylor. Reference 2812. Size 59 x 55 ms., or 24 x 22 ins. Euros 110.
price:  euros 110.