Tuesday, January 20, 2015

JEWELLED ARTS OF THE ISLAMIC EAST


 

Ceremonial helmet. Mid-16th century Iron, turquoise, rubies; Gold notch, black enamel.
Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey.

Shlem.16 century. Steel, gold, precious stones; chasing, carving, inlay, enamel. Diameter of 22 cm. Armory, Moscow, Russia. Made in Iran. Master Muhammad Mu'min Zernishan. Helmet. End 16 - the beginning of the 17th century steel, gold, precious stones, turquoise; embossing, inlay, carving. Diameter 19 cm Armoury Moscow Russian Turkish masters work. A> Pitcher (mataras) for water. The second half of the 16th century Gold, precious stones. Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. The small jug with oval medallions. Gold, precious stones. inlay. Topkapi Palace Museum Istanbul, Turkey. The jug in the form of an octahedron 16 - 17 century. Gold, rock crystal, precious stones; engraving, inlay. Topkapi Palace Museum Istanbul, Turkey. The jug in the form of an octahedron. 16 - 17th century. Gold, rock crystal, precious stones; engraving, inlay. Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. Two nozzle connected to the torso gold chains, evokes motifs characteristic of Chinese art of the late Ming Dynasty, especially tsenivsheysya Turkish sultan. A mug with a lid. 16 - 17th century. Gold, rubies, emeralds; engraving. Topkapi Palace Museum Istanbul, Turkey. Sample ceremonial tableware. A mug with a lid. 16 - 17th century Gold, rubies, emeralds; engraving. Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey Sample ceremonial tableware. Binding of the Koran. End 16 - the beginning of the 17th century. Gold.Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. Binding of the Quran with emerald. Beginning of the 19th century, gold, diamonds, emeralds. Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. Floral motifs inscribed in a geometric frame, reveal the influence of Western fashion of the early 19th century.turban ornament. 17th century. Diamonds, pearls, colored gemstones. Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. Gold dagger. The first half of the 18th century. Gold, emeralds, gemstones.Topkapi Palace Museum Istanbul, Turkey. On the hilt of a dagger mounted a large octagonal emerald, hiding tiny watch English work. Made a gift Nadir Shah of Persia. After his death, was returned to the Sultan's palace. The Order of "The Lion and the sun." The end of the 19th century. Gold, diamonds; enamel. Topkapi Palace Museum Istanbul. Jewelry. 18th century.Emeralds, diamonds, pearls; red enamel. Topkapi Palace Museum Istanbul, Turkey. "The diamond merchant spoons" (Kasykchi). Diamonds. 86 carat weight. Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. Brilliant - one of the greatest attractions of Topkapi. According to one legend, in 1774 it was bought by the Maharaja of Madras, and later moved on to the stone mother of Napoleon, and finally was sold to Turkey. Earrings. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 8.5 cm. The silver, carnelian and glass; gilding, sawing. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia.Volga Tatars. Bracelet. Late 19th - early 20th century. Width of 2.8 cm. Gold, metal, turquoise, amaldin; grain. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. He was a mandatory set of gifts from the groom to the bride. Dagestan. sling. Fragment. Late 19th - early 20th century.Length 41.0 cm; width of 10.5 cm. Silver, turquoise, agate, carnelian, glass, fabric; gilding, filigran.Rossiysky Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Bracelet. Late 19th - early 20th century. Width of 5.2 cm. Silver, Turquoise, amaldin, glass; gilding, filigree, granulation. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Bracelet. Fragment Late 19th - early 20th century. Length 17.0 cm; 2.2 cm wide. Silver, turquoise; gilt filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Earrings. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 6.5 cm. Silver, rhinestone; gilding. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Bracelet. Late 19th - early 20th century. Width of 3.4 cm. Silver, metal, turquoise, almandine; grain. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia.Earrings. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 7.5 cm. Silver, turquoise, amethyst, glass;gilding. Russian Ethnographic Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. Volga Tatars. Earring. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 7.6 cm. Silver, metal, amethyst, turquoise, glass; gilding. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Plaque. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length 6.0 cm; width of 6.0 cm. Silver, turquoise, carnelian and glass; filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Ring. Late 19th - early 20th century.Silver, turquoise, carnelian; stamp, filigree, granulation. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Decoration amulet. Fragment. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 8.0 cm. Silver, turquoise; filigree, granulation, gilding. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Nakosnik. Late 19th - early 20th century. The length of 13.5 cm. Silver, carnelian, glass, coins; gilt filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Earrings.Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 5.5 cm. Metal, pearls, amethyst, turquoise; gilding.Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars Plaque. Late 19th - early 20th century. Diameter of 9.0 cm. Silver, topaz, turquoise, glass; gilt filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Bracelet. Late 19th - early 20th century. Width of 7.0 cm. Silver, turquoise, glass; gilt filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia.Bracelet. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length of 6.4 cm. Silver, turquoise, carnelian; filigree, granulation. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Bracelet. Late 19th - early 20th century. Width of 3.6 cm. Silver, turquoise; gilding, filigree, granulation. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Buckle with pendants. Late 19th - early 20th century. Length buckle - 8.0 cm; the length of the suspension - 10.0 cm. Silver, turquoise; gilt filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars. Earring. Late 19th - early 20th century. The length of 10.8 cm. Silver, turquoise, amethyst, glass; gilt filigree. Russian Ethnographic Museum St. Petersburg Russia. Volga Tatars.


















































































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