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Tiles from the past. This mosque is located in Istanbul. Here are some mosaic examples during the Ottoman Empire . The Ottoman Empire developed a lot with art, literature, geography and other materials. Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Tile Art, Mosaic Tiles, Mosaic Art, Tile Patterns, Textures Patterns
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This elegant pendant cross with four equal arms radiating from a central medallion is representative of the finest objects for personal devotion produced in Byzantine Empire (ca. 1100 from Constantinople) Byzantine Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Byzantine Art, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Wiccan Jewelry, Templer, Cross Jewelry
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Cross | Byzantine | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This elegant pendant cross is representative of the finest objects for personal devotion produced for the elite of the Byzantine empire. Both faces of the exquisite miniature cross are decorated with intricate floral patterns worked in multicolored cloisonné enamel, on a single sheet of gold—a tour de force of the enameler's art

Turkish Eye / Nazar Boncuk I want to incorporate the Evil Eye beads, so I thought I could submerse some in water with floating candles for the dessert table.

Turkish Eye / Nazar Boncuk

I saw this blue eyes thingy in many places in Turkey. When I asked, apparently it's some kind of a good luck charm. At Pigeon Valley - Goreme, I saw plentiful being sold and definitely a photo opp!

I have to try this-- so beautiful.

Tezhib Galerisi

Bu bölümde farklı sanatçılardan derlenmiş tezhip eserlerini görebilirsiniz. Eserlerin tamamı başka sanatçılar tarafından yapılmış olup, tüm eserlere Google araması sonucunda ulaşılmıştır. Sanatçını…

Ottoman embroidery - geleneksel türk el sanatları SO rare to see this! If you are interested in Ottoman design visit Afshan Shahid's board. Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Textile Art, Embroidery Patterns, Fabric Design, Print Patterns, Pattern Design, Textile Museum

Detail of embroidered cover, Istanbul, 16th/early 17th century.

Prayer carpet [Attributed to Bursa or Istanbul, Turkey] late century; Ottoman Attributed to Bursa or Istanbul, Turkey Pile weave, wool and cotton pile on silk foundation, 288 asymmetrical knots per square Textiles, Art Chinois, Turkish Art, Turkish Rugs, Turkish Design, Art Japonais, Prayer Rug, Magic Carpet, Persian Carpet

Carpet with Triple-Arch Design | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Title: Carpet with Triple-Arch Design. Date: ca. 1575–90. Geography: Attributed to Turkey, probably Istanbul. Medium: Silk (warp and weft), wool (pile), c...

This is insane and totally amazing. Detail from the Seljuk Friday mosque at Isfahan, Iran. The architectural complexity of the muqarnas is highlighted by the geometric pattern of the decoration. Islamic Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Unique Buildings, Architecture Portfolio, Iran, Beautiful Mosques
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Detail from the Seljuk Friday mosque at Isfahan, Iran. The architectural complexity of the muqarnas is highlighted by the geometric pattern of the decoration. 10th century

Iznik tile (detail) from the Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Moroccan Tiles, Moroccan Decor, Tile Art, Mosaic Tiles, Cement Tiles, Wall Tiles, Animal Fashion
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Kütahya Çini Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Portuguese Tiles, Moroccan Tiles, Painted Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Painting, Turkish Pattern, Japanese Pottery, Pottery Art
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Marvellous Marbling Art Called Ebru For You To Do Quite Easily - Bored Art Ebru Art, Turkish Pattern, Turkish Art, Marble Art, Pour Painting, Pottery Painting, Fantastic Art, Islamic Art, Art Techniques
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Turkish Marbling ( Ebru )Art

Iznik Tile in Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Portuguese Tiles, Pottery Patterns, Tile Patterns, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Tile Art, Mosaic Tiles
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Iznik Tile in Topkapi Palace

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Topkapi Palace - Istanbul The Topkapı Palace (Turkish: Topkapı or in Ottoman: طوپقپو سرايى) is a large palace in Istanbul, Turkey, that was the primary residence of the Ottoman sultans for approximately 400 years of their reign.

Topkapı Palace

These are the 4 swords of the first 4 Caliphs: from top to bottom: Caliph Abu Bakr Caliph Umar Caliph Uthman Caliph Ali The sword of Ali in this...

Metal Thread Embroidered Ottoman Satin Duvet, Turkey, mid century --shares heritage with Indian embr Islamic World, Islamic Art, Inspiration Wand, Color Inspiration, Le Grand Bleu, Motifs Textiles, Stoff Design, Whatsapp Wallpaper, Turkish Art
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roxygen: “ Metal Thread Embroidered Ottoman Satin Duvet, Turkey, mid 19th century. ”

Sıtlı olçar, master of tile Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Famous Ceramic Artists, Islamic Tiles, Pottery Teapots, World Crafts, Tile Art, Ceramic Painting, Vase
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A Khorassan ribbed bronze ewer, North East Iran, century , Christies auction. Islamic World, Islamic Art, Iranian Art, Turkish Art, Historical Art, Jewish Art, Antique Metal, Illuminated Manuscript, Ancient Art
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A KHORASSAN RIBBED BRONZE EWER

NORTH EAST IRAN, 12TH CENTURY

Polychrome underglaze painted Iznik tiles at the Harem section at the Topkapi Palace, century Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Portuguese Tiles, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Tile Art, Mosaic Tiles, Cement Tiles, Islamic Architecture
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Polychrome underglaze painted Iznik tiles at the Harem section at the Topkapi Palace, 16th century.