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Girl with a veil, Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul Source: Süheyl Ünver, Levni, Milli Eğitim Basımevi, Istanbul. Ottoman Court painter Levni (1680-1732) is one of the last representatives of classical Ottoman miniature art.

Girl with a veil, Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul Source: Süheyl Ünver, Levni, Milli Eğitim Basımevi, Istanbul. Ottoman Court painter Levni (1680-1732) is one of the last representatives of classical Ottoman miniature art.

I have no idea if this is remotely accurate to any period of Earthling history, but it is still amazing.

I have no idea if this is remotely accurate to any period of Earthling history, but it is still amazing.

Ottoman clothes. .

Ottoman clothes. .

1550-1600 (made) Child's kaftan in two parts, brocaded silk with design of 8-pointed stars in blue and gold against cream ground, probably Istanbul or Bursa, Turkey, 1575-1625  Princes’ Kaftans from Ottoman Turkey  These three kaftans were worn by Ottoman princes who died when they were children. They were preserved in imperial tombs where, in accordance with Ottoman custom, they were placed over the graves of the deceased.

1550-1600 (made) Child's kaftan in two parts, brocaded silk with design of 8-pointed stars in blue and gold against cream ground, probably Istanbul or Bursa, Turkey, 1575-1625 Princes’ Kaftans from Ottoman Turkey These three kaftans were worn by Ottoman princes who died when they were children. They were preserved in imperial tombs where, in accordance with Ottoman custom, they were placed over the graves of the deceased.

Ceremonial court dress belonging to Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Made by the workshop of O. Bulbenkova (?), St. Petersburg, Russia. Late 19th to early 20th centuries. Velvet, satin and gilded metal thread. State Hermitage Museum (links: https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263422/?lng=en, http://www.hermitageline.ru/ru/blog/view/bal). Other photos are via Ghosts of Imperial Russia's Tumblr. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress belonging to Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Made by the workshop of O. Bulbenkova (?), St. Petersburg, Russia. Late 19th to early 20th centuries. Velvet, satin and gilded metal thread. State Hermitage Museum (links: https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263422/?lng=en, http://www.hermitageline.ru/ru/blog/view/bal). Other photos are via Ghosts of Imperial Russia's Tumblr. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.

Osmanli motifleri

Osmanli motifleri

Ottoman clothes .

Ottoman clothes .

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