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Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves associated with Soliman the Magnificent (1520-66).

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Ceremonial Caftan, Soliman The Magnificent

Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves associated with Sultan Ibrahim (1640-8). White satin decorated with crescents and stripes of red satin, 17th century.

Ceremonial caftan with long sleeves associated with Sultan Ibrahim White satin decorated with crescents and stripes of red satin, century, Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

Prelate’s cope of gold-woven Ottoman silk, dedicated by Neophytos, Metropolitan of Nikomedeia (now: Izmit), to the Monastery of St John the Forerunner at Serres. 1629. H. 1.30 m. (Benaki Museum, Athens).

Prelate’s cope of gold-woven Ottoman silk, dedicated by the Metropolitan of Nikomedeia, Neophytos, to the Monastery of St John the Forerunner at Serres.

selim ii caftan | Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Short Caftan, Selim I The Terrible

Ottoman Clothing And Garments, Short Caftan, Selim I The Terrible. Selim nicknamed Yavuz (traditionally translated as "grim," but closer to "stern" or "implacable" in meaning) (October – September was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1512 to

Silk children caftan with sleeves, 2nd quarter of 16th century. Museum Topkapi (Istanbul)

Silk brocade children caftan with sleeves, quarter of century. With ‘şintemani’ (or: leopard spot) motif, a symbol of good fortune.

Caftan with short sleeves associated with Ahmet II (1691-3), ivory colored satin decorated with brown three circle pattern, 17th Century, Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum

Caftan with short sleeves associated with Ahmet II ivory colored satin decorated with brown three circle pattern, Century, Imperial Wardrobe Collection, Topkapı Palace Museum