Flowers of Silk and Gold
Textile Gallery
TThe Exhibithe exhibition Flowers of Silk and Gold: Four Centuries of Ottoman Embroidery was presented at The Textile Museum from February 18 - July 30, 2000, and featured over 50 embroidered textiles from the Museum's collections. The founder of the Museum, George Hewitt Myers, collected many of the textiles that were shown. Presented as embodiments of Ottoman aesthetic, these textiles are a point of departure for an exploration of the rich Ottoman culture that produced them.

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