India | A Mughal gem-set jade and carnelian turban ornament (Sarpatti), engraved with Qur'anic inscriptions | ca. 1800, later mounted as a brooch | Est 4'000 - 6'000£ ~ (Oct '10)

India | A Mughal gem-set jade and carnelian turban ornament (Sarpatti), engraved with Qur'anic inscriptions | ca. 1800, later mounted as a brooch | Est 4'000 - 6'000£ ~ (Oct '10)

Ottoman Provinces | Coral set and enamelled silver gilt belt buckle | 19th century. Possibly Greece

Coral set and enamelled silver gilt belt buckle. Late-Ottoman era, c. From Safranbolu, probably from a Greek workshop.

Pendant. Ottoman, ca. 17th century. Diamond, emerald, ruby, pearl. (Topkapı Palace, Istanbul).

Ottomans

Antique Japanese Sterling SIlver Enameled Coral Button, 1900 - used by Sultan Suleyman

Late-Ottoman brooch, with the Ottoman state coat of arms.  Gold, diamonds & other precious stones.

Late-Ottoman brooch, with the Ottoman state coat of arms. Gold, diamonds & other precious stones.

A late-Ottoman diamond and enamel pendant with 'tughra' (official seal) of Sultan Abdulmajid I (1823–1861). Mid-19th c.

A late-Ottoman diamond and enamel pendant with 'tughra' (official seal) of Sultan Abdulmajid I c.

Penbox  Turkish, 18th century  Medium: gilt metal set with rubies, emeralds, and spinels

Above: Penbox Turkish, century Medium: gilt metal set with rubies, emeralds, and spinels Measurements: H: x W: 1 ¼ x L: 7 ¼ in. x x cm) This pen box has an ink container in.

Topkapi Palace - Istanbul The Topkapı Palace (Turkish: Topkapı Sarayı[2] or in Ottoman: طوپقپو سرايى) is a large palace in Istanbul, Turkey, that was the primary residence of the Ottoman sultans for approximately 400 years (1465–1856) of their 624-year reign.

Topkapi Palace - Istanbul The Topkapı Palace (Turkish: Topkapı or in Ottoman: طوپقپو سرايى) is a large palace in Istanbul, Turkey, that was the primary residence of the Ottoman sultans for approximately 400 years of their reign.

A pendant from the throne of Ahmed I (1608-1617).  Ottoman, early 17th century.  Gold, emeralds, diamonds, rubies, pearls, enamel.  (Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul).

A pendant from the throne of Ahmed I (1608-1617). Ottoman, early 17th century. Gold, emeralds, diamonds, rubies, pearls, enamel. (Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul).

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