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Ottoman velvet cushion cover, with stylized carnation motifs. Floral motifs were common in Ottoman art.

Fig. 24. Velvet yastik, Turkey 17th century. Textile Museum, Washington, no.1.79. (via Silk and Wool:Ottoman Textile Designs in Turkish Rugs)

Textile Museum, Washington, (via Silk and Wool:Ottoman Textile Designs in Turkish Rugs)

Kaftan fragment, Ottoman, Bursa (?), Turkey, first half of 17th century, kemha (lampas). The Textile Museum 1.57, acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1951. Photographed by Renée Comet

Kaftan fragment, Turkey, first half of century, kemha (lampas). The Textile Museum acquired by George Hewitt Myers in Photographed by Renée Comet

Velvet cushion cover (Yastik), c. 1675-1725 Textile Turkish , 17th-18th century Ottoman Empire, AH 680-1342 / AD 1281-1924 Creation Place: Turkey Cut and voided silk velvet brocaded with metal threads 109 x 61 cm (42 15/16 x 24 in.)

Velvet cushion cover (Yastik), c. Textile Turkish , century Ottoman Empire, AH / AD Creation Place: Turkey Cut and voided silk velvet brocaded with metal threads 109 x 61 cm x 24 in.

I didn't know Henry Moore liked to design fabric! via patternprints journal

Furnishing fabric 'Barbed Wire' of screen-printed rayon, designed by Henry Spencer Moore for Ascher Ltd.

Furnishing fabric      Place of origin:      Turkey (made)     Date:      16th century (made)

Furnishing fabric

Cushion Cover (Yastik)    Object Name:      Cushion cover  Date:      17th century  Geography:      Turkey, probably Istanbul  Medium:      Silk, cotton, and metal wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded.

Cushion Cover (Yastik) Object Name: Cushion cover Date: century Geography: Turkey, probably Istanbul Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, cotton, and metal wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded.

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