Ewer, Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1520. Fritware, polychrome underglaze painted, glazed; later silver mounts. Height: 22.3 cm, Width: 15.5 cm including spout, Depth: 11 cm. Salting Bequest. Museum number: C.2008-1910 © V Images.

Ewer Place of origin: Turkey (made) Date: ca. 1520 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Mate.

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish with birds, Turkey, circa 1600 | Lot | Sotheby's

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish with birds, Turkey, circa 1600 ༺JS༻

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1580 With sloping rim on short foot, interior with a central cusped blue ground cartouche containing a symmetrical arrangement of two pairs of red & white striped tulips alternating with red & white flowerheads, all springing from central tuft, cavetto with white & red saz leaves on green ground, white rim with paired red tulips & simple blue flowerheads, exterior with alternating blue paired tulips & green roundels, 12in. (30.6cm.) diam.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1580 With sloping rim on short foot, interior with a central cusped blue ground cartouche containing a symmetrical arrangement of two pairs of red & white striped tulips alternating with red & white flowerheads, all springing from central tuft, cavetto with white & red saz leaves on green ground, white rim with paired red tulips & simple blue flowerheads, exterior with alternating blue paired tulips & green roundels, 12in. (30.6cm.) diam.

Iznik

jar (Jar), ca. 1880 (made). Earthenware jar and cover, Jaipur, about Museum Number

İznik Ceramics

Mehmet Gursoy is renowned, rediscovering the art of iznik tiles which was lost in the Artist awarded as Unesco Living Human Treasure by Unesco.

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