Ottoman Art

  • An Important Parcel-Gilt Metal Thread Embroidered on Orange Coloured Silk Wall Hanging Decorated with Confronted Exotic Birds Standing on A Water Feature & Floral Branches, Probably Bursa or Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 17th. Century.

  • An Exceptionally Rare Gilt Metal Thread Embroidered on Henna or Ginger Coloured Silk Velvet Saddle Fragment or Horse Cloth Decorated with Carnation, Rosettes flowers, The borders with pomegranates, Probably Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 17th. Century.

  • An Exceptionally Rare Pair of Armenian Repoussed Parcel-Gilt Silver Candlesticks, Made to Commemorate the Starting Ceremonies of the Armenian Pilgrim Congregation from Istanbul to the Holly Lands in Jerusalem, The Ottoman Empire-Istanbul, Dated with Armenian Dates of 1214-15/1765-66 AD.

  • A Rare Unmarked Large Pair of Ottoman Engraved Silver Candlesticks (Samdanilari or Samsdani), Probably Istanbul-Turkey circa 1800s AD.

  • A Fine Ottoman Mother-of Pearl, Tortoiseshell, Ebony, Lead, Ivory & Bone Overlaid Wooden Calligrapher’s Writing Desk & Single Drawer Tools Storage Chest, Probably Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 1700s. AD.

  • An Important Ottoman Mirror, Probably was Commissioned for a Prominent French Individual, Circa 19th. Century.

  • A Silk & Silver-Thread Brocaded Leather Belt With 14 Compartments For Gunpowder Charges (Barutluk) or (Gazri) (حافظة بارود), The Ottoman Empire, Probably Turkey, Circa 18th. Century.

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  • An Ottoman Silver Gun Powder Flask Holder, Commissioned For A Prominent Muslim Individual Beautifully Decorated With Filigree Silver Work With the Stylized Calligraphy Pattern With The Word of Ali, Probably Prizren or Trebizond (Trabzon)-Northeastern-Turkey, Late 18th.-Early 19th. Century.

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  • A Close Pair of Parcel-Gilt Silver Rose Water Sprinklers (Gulabdan), Arminian Silversmith Masters Working in the Ottoman Empire, Probably-Turkey, Circa Late 18th.  Early 19th. Century.

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  • Close Pair of Iznik Style Dome of The Rock Tiles, The Ottoman Empire,1570-90 AD.