Ottoman Tulip in Stone
Inspired by a late 16th century caftan held in the Benaki Museum in Athens, the tulip was a favorite motif in royal Ottoman robes and textiles and often used by the sultans as a symbolic embodiment of perfection and beauty.
100% Belgian Linen
Printed Fabric Width of 53"
Repeat approximately 2.5" x 5.75"
Printed in the United States
Fabric is printed to order, with a 3-4 week delivery average. Rush service is available.