Title: Styles of ornament, exhibited in designs, and arranged in historical order, with descriptive text. A handbook for architects, designers, painters, sculptors, wood-carvers, chasers, modellers, cabinet-makers and artistic locksmiths as well as also for technical schools, libraries and private study
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Speltz, Alexander O'Conor, David
Subjects: Decoration and ornament
Publisher: New York : E. Weyhe
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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218 MAHOMETAN ORNAMENT. Plate 124.
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MAHOMETAN ORNAMENT. 219 Plate 122. Elements of Ottoman Architecture.(After Sebah, Die ottomanische Baukunst.) Fig. 1, and 8. Stalactite capitals, after Sinan. „ 2, and 4. Pedestal of column, after Sinan. „ 3. Stalactite capital and principal cornice. „ 5, 6, and 7. Various capitals of piers. Plate 123. (After Sebah, Die ottomanische Baukunst.) Fig. 1. Frontal with ornamental Cufic characters from the Yeshil-Jami mosqe inBrusa. This mosque was completed by the architect Ilias Aali in the year 827Mahometan time, which in our time correspondends to the year 1424 A. D. „ 2. Border of a niche in the Yeshil-Jaml mosque in Brusa. „ 3, and 4. Portal borders from the same mosque. „ 5. Bronze trellis work in the Taouk Bazaar. Plate 124. (After Sebah, Die ottomanische Baukunst.) Fig. 1, and 2. Finials of Ottoman cupolas. »* 3. Stalactite mouldings on the large window of the Yeshil-Jami mosque in Brusa. 4. Glass window from the same mosque. 5. Decoration on bars of window in the same
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