Vintage Inspired Pearl Bridal Jewelry by Sukran

Friday, December 31, 2010

Sultana Bahyar Handmade Lace Necklace with sensual elegance

My last old world handmade lace design necklace for 2010.....

Thank you very much for all your visits to my online boutique in 2010.

Sukran Kirtis

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Sultana Karen Luxury and Extreme Elegance with Handmade Gold Lace Earrings

My latest handmade lace earrings Sultana Karen evokes the supremely feminine luxurious and extreme elegance...

Classy braun with gold filled wire and added to the motif shades of olive green Ottoman embroidery silk thread..

AAA grade lemon quartz teardrop briolettes accompanies to 14 filled hammered linked chain below the 14 kt gold filled earring post....

The center piece of Sultana Karen earrings measure 1 1/4 inches(3 cm) in diameter,the length is 2 1/4 inches (5.7 cm)

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Silvermist Handmade Lace Ring with grade AA jade and Tiger eye

I just listed my new lace design ring on my Etsy Shop...This ring is perfect for bride with any custom order, looks dainty and elegant....
I am also working on another signature lace design necklace to embellish some motifs with japanese gold embroidery thread...Hopefully it'll be done sometimes tomorrow.....

New year is on the way.....I wish at least one goal to reach for you in the new one:)) Wish best and good luck....

Monday, December 27, 2010

Caftan Show

The kaftans worn by the Ottoman sultans constitute one of the most splendid collections of Topkapı Palace in Istanbul. Some of them were so precious that they were given as rewards to important dignitaries and victorious generals during elaborate religious festivals (see the "khalat" article).

Kaftans[1] were often embroidered on the front and on the sleeves, but like everything else under the Ottomans, there was a strict hierarchical order in the colours, patterns, ribbons and buttons, which were chosen according to the rank of the person to whom they were presented.
While in the 14th century large patterns and subdued colours were used, these became both smaller and brighter in the next century.

Palestinian derwish wearing a striped kaftan in 1913
By the second half of the 17th century, the most precious fabrics were those with 'yollu': vertical stripes with various embroideries and small patterns, the so-called "Selimiye" fabrics.
Most fabrics were manufactured in Istanbul and Bursa, but some came from as far as Venice, Genoa, Persia, India and even China. Each had very specific characteristics and was named accordingly: there was velvet, aba, bürümcük, canfes, gatma, gezi, diba, hatayi, kutnu, kemha, seraser, serenk, zerbaft , tafta and many others; the most often used colours were 'China blue', 'Turkish red', violet, "pişmis ayva" or cooked quince, and saffron yellow.
The Topkapı Museum, Istanbul, possesses a large collection of Turkish kaftans and textiles.[2]

Source is from Wikipedia

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Amelie Handmade Textile Crocheted Lace Necklace

Tomorrow I'll be able to list my new design of necklace on my Etsy shop...It is an exquisite piece of lace design jewelry...Color combination is gorgeous with romantic gypsy look...
I am so happy to be able to finish and publish my new designs:))
Stay warm my lovely friends:)

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