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Flowers of Silk & Gold: 4 Centuries of…
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Flowers of Silk & Gold: 4 Centuries of Ottoman Embroidery

by Sumru Belger Krody

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The practice of the intricate, ancient arts of embroidery throughout the Ottoman Empire gave rise to splendid representations of flowers in silk and gold. With sumptuous colour photography throughout, Flowers of Silk and Gold examines the history of the various stitches, fabrics and designs employed, and gives an engrossing insight into an unfamiliar though much-fantasized world.… (more)

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