Khinkhwab brings you print collection inspired by Turkish motifs.
Traditional Turkish motifs are unique motifs in the history of the Ottoman
Empire. They were used on fabrics, ceramics, carpets, miniatures, decorative arts,
paintings, and more. The motifs, which have been developed continuously from the
thirteenth century onwards, were most prevalent in the sixteenth century. They
played an important role in the world of decorative designs with their detailed,
beautiful, and unique motifs; reflected the taste and efforts of Ottoman artists called
Nakkaş (Muralist). They drew these motifs in the court atelier, and they reflected their spiritual feelings in the motifs.
Fabric: Raw Silk: It is considered to be the oldest and the finest fabric across the world. This shimmering fabric traces its roots of origin and existence way back to the Indus Valley Civilization.
Motif : Carnation - KARANFİL
Carnation motifs were used on fabrics for Sultans’ caftans in a row on sliding axes to provide the feeling of eternity instead of being used in oval schemes. The range of these fabrics is preserved in museums and collections throughout the world.
The price mentioned is for one meter.
Dupatta shown here is for styling purposes only. To view dupatta click here
Note- There may be slight color variations due to photographic reasons.
This is a hand-woven product and any irregularities in the weaving or pattern should not be taken as a defect. These irregularities make every handloom piece unique.