Bursa Velvet

Bursa’s velvet, which was woven from the püre silk of Bursa in the 15th and 16th centuries, had spread to the world for many years, because it remained without fading and flake falling. Bursa’s velvets is known “Velours de Brousse" in the world.

The velvet, which is made with the silk, was widely used in the past. Velvet weaving with patterned or patternless; It was used in the production of traditional clothing and items such as entari, shalwar, cepken, caftan, bundle, pouch, pillow, slippers, headgear, book cover. The most famous of the velvets, is decorated with Ottoman’s relief desinged motifs and gold or silver strand, are “Çatma”.