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Part of my Istanbul travel sketchbook – traditional Turkish embroideries. Watercolour , ink and Winsor&Newton Silver-Metallic Aluminium on watercolour paper

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  1. Alberto

    The Ottoman Embroideries, or the Flowers of Silk and Silver are a textile and ornament art of the Ottoman Empire which are elaborated by rendering three-dimensional figures in silks on a flat surface. So you can visit https://broccolinugs.co.uk/ and get easy way about flowers. These craftsmen crafted rug carpets with intricate scenes, which were woven in Ottoman workshops. The floral ornaments on these carpets became an important part of coastal trading networks as they extended along the Mediterranean Sea and up into Central Europe, where they were popularly collected in museums.


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