Suleyman Uskudari (d.circa 1686) studied under Mehmed Efendi of Belgrade, and went on to teach calligraphy at the Topkapi Palace. A further Qur'an, written a year earlier than the present example, is in the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Istanbul (412), and published in M. Ugur Derman, Ninety-Nine Qur'an Manuscripts from Istanbul, Istanbul, 2010, pp.144-7.
Another Qur’an by the scribe, written approximately two years after the present manuscript, is now in a private collection in Istanbul, published in N.F. Safwat, Understanding Calligraphy, The Ottoman Contribution - from the Collection of Cengiz Çetindoğan, Part One, London, 2014, pp.66-69, no.7.
The illumination of both the Qur'ans mentioned above share with the present a well-spaced and evenly-structured calligraphic page, as well as a particular style of illumination, employing a fairly pale palette, with an inventive array of designs for the marginal devices.