In the course of researching this page I came across a number of terms which I gathered up so I could sort through them.
Atli Tasvirleri: (Depictions of Horsemen) where men and animals are depicted together
Bohça: Wrapping cloth.
Boy havlusu: A towel large enough to cover the whole body.
Çevre: Embroidered handkerchief
Cüz Kesesi: A koran cover usuallu of cloth or leather.
Gemili: Boat but in Amasra it is "flowers on a plate" design.
Gergef was a rectangular embroidery frame standing on four short legs resembling a small table
Göynek: An undershirt or chemise with long sleaves and no collar worn by both men and women in the Ottoman Empire. They could be of silk, cotton or linen and were frequently embroidered.
Hünkar Portreleri: Portrait of the Sultans.
kasnak: Round embroidery hoop.
Kese:A bath glove or a small purse.
Kirk pare: "Forty- pieces" embroidered patchwork.
Kümbet: A large tomb with a conical dome roof.
Örnek bezi: Sampler.
Palmet Rumi: Anatolian Palmettoes.
Peskir: A large napkin.
Pushide: Sarcophagus cover.
Pushide levhasi An inscribed sarcophagus cover. From Puside - covered or hidden.
Sayeban: A canopy tent or covered liter.
Sikke: Designs such as those struck on coins.
Tugra: Signatures made of letters stacked one upon another that forms a design. The monogram of a Sultan.
Türbesi: Tomb or masoleum.
Yorgan yüzü A quilt cover.
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