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Ottoman weaving became the inheritor of the art of weaving by using the characteristics of the geography it was in before producing its unique quality products, and took a very important place in the political, economic, social and commercial life of the Ottoman Empire. The main influences in the Ottoman Weaving Art come from the Anatolian Seljuks and Principalities era weavings. The application of the drawn patterns was only possible thanks to master weavers. According to the Ehl-i Hiref notebooks in the Ottoman archives, the most crowded of the guild organizations of the period were weavers and they formed hirefs such as "kadifeci", kemhacı", "futacı". In the Ottoman weaving art, Seljuk motifs were used from the 15th century to the 20th century, and numerous compositions were created with stylized flowers of Far East origin called lotus, palmette and hatayi. Although woven works wear out more easily compared to other art products due to their structure and technical features, information about Ottoman fabrics can be obtained from the 15th century. Information on fabric and weaving patterns comes from various sources, miniatures and the careful storage of Ottoman sultans' clothes. An important collection of Turkish fabrics and velvets is exhibited in the Topkapi Palace Museum. In addition, there are fabric collections from the Ottoman period in Konya Mevlana Museum, London Victoria Albert Museum, Edinburgh Royal Scotch Museum and Paris Louvre Museum. The patterns on the Hyacinth Woven Vase are inspired by a 16th-century Ottoman-era fabric in the Davids Samling Museum in Denmark (Copenhagen), made of multi-leaf, tulip, hyacinth and pomegranate motifs. The Hyacinth Woven Vase is made of handmade glass and all the relief patterns on it are decorated using gold gilding, enamel, antiquated paints and fabric. Production quantity is limited to 2,000
Diameter : 30.9 cm
Height : 33 cm

It is 100% handmade.
Product Origin : Turkey
Cleaning Recommendation : Wipe with a dry cloth

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