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Flowers of Silk & Gold
Four Centuries of Ottoman Embroidery
by Sumru Belger Krody

An in-depth study of the uses of textiles in the Ottoman Empire. For nearly 500 years, Istanbul was the center of power of the Ottoman empire. This famous city was the center of diversely decorative textiles made by both men and women, in shops and in harems.

This book features the renowned collection in the Textile Museum, Washington, DC, founded in 1915 by George Hewitt Myers.

Large color photographs illustrate the 160-page hard cover volume.

Book:  $45.00 



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