In the history of the Ottoman Empire, traditional Turkish motifs are unique. It is used on textiles, ceramics, teapots, miniatures, decorative arts, paintings, etc. In the sixteenth century, the motifs which were continuously developed in the 13th century were most common. Their detailed, wonderful and unique motifs have played an important role in the world of decorative designs, reflecting the taste and effort made by the Ottoman artists named Nakkaş.

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