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Ottoman jambya, 18th to 19th century, tapering double-edged blade curving upward, each face with central ridge, the forte with gold overlaid decoration, the silver hilt and scabbard with fine repoussé rocaille decoration, the scabbard with silver filigree mounts, one supsension ring, assay and old maker's marks, 18in. (46cm.).

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Traditional Ottoman Wooden House on the Asian side in Istanbul. It is in Moda, a neighbourhood which has very few of these old homes still standing. This house has been restored in the past couple of years. Gorgeous

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Antique uzbek suzani, very rare design, silk embroidery, 19th c. Central Asia.

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Nurata suzani, Uzbekistan, first half 19th century

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Uzbek Journeys: Symbols in Stitches: Uzbek Suzanis. {'Suzani' derives from the Persian word for needle.}

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Bukhara Suzani with Pomegranate Design | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Samarkand suzani, Uzbekistan, first half 19th century. Estimate €3,900

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Between 1723 and 1729, the elector Frederic Augustus I, today known as Augustus the Strong, turned the once private chambers into a public museum. First, he commanded splendid rooms to be created in which to display his collection. The Pretiosensaal (Hall of Treasures) and the Eckkabinett (Corner Cabinet) were listed as completed in the inventory of 1725; they reached their present-day form in this construction phase Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Uzbek suzani 112 x 82cm

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