Caftan with short sleeves, double fur, associated with Bayazit II (1481-1512). 16th century.

Caftan with short sleeves, double fur, associated with Bayazit II (1481-1512). 16th century.

Ottoman Hil'at with a design of saz leaves and blossoms, possibly made for one of the sons of Sultan Süleyman the Magnicent, Turkey, mid-16th century. Kemha, silk and gilt-metal thread brocade.

Ottoman Hil'at with a design of saz leaves and blossoms, possibly made for one of the sons of Sultan Süleyman the Magnicent, Turkey, mid-16th century. Kemha, silk and gilt-metal thread brocade.

Caftan with short sleeves, from 15th century; 13/8. Length 142.5 cm

Caftan with short sleeves, from 15th century; 13/8. Length 142.5 cm

Robe associated with Murat III (1574-95). Dark blue and doubled in white satin, 16th century    Istanbul Turkey

Robe associated with Murat III (1574-95). Dark blue and doubled in white satin, 16th century Istanbul Turkey

scanned by Barbara Viruet: 16 or 17 c. Ottoman *patchworked* ermine-lined summer kaftan. From "Furs and Skins Owned by the Sultans" by Hulya Tezcan, in "Ottoman Costumes: From Textile to Identity", edited by Suraiya Faroqhi & Christoph K. Neumann

scanned by Barbara Viruet: 16 or 17 c. Ottoman *patchworked* ermine-lined summer kaftan. From "Furs and Skins Owned by the Sultans" by Hulya Tezcan, in "Ottoman Costumes: From Textile to Identity", edited by Suraiya Faroqhi & Christoph K. Neumann

Ottoman Caftan, Topkapi Palace

Ottoman Caftan, Topkapi Palace

Blue and gold is Burgundian inspired and the red/gold/green is inspired by Mary of Burgundy's statue in Maximillian I's tomb (German-Burgundian fusion)

Blue and gold is Burgundian inspired and the red/gold/green is inspired by Mary of Burgundy's statue in Maximillian I's tomb (German-Burgundian fusion)

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