Iznik Pottery

Iznik, known as Nicaea in antiquity, is a town in western Anatolia in Turkey. In 15th-17th century it was a center of production of beautiful ornate pottery with floral motifs. This board has some samples of authentic Iznik pottery as well as its modern imitations. I gathered these pins while working on my colouring book, 'The Pomegranate Grove' (https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1536817163/)
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Turkish ceramic tile. Iznik? No references found.

With a nod to early European style, Chestnut Hill is a classic collection of sophisticated wallpaper. Many patterns were reproduced with aged or worn effects t

Tile panel by William De Morgan and Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, England, ca 1882

Tile panel

Tile panel designed by William De Morgan and made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Commissioned by P Liners that De Morgan worked on between 1882 and 1900

Çini Tabak Çini Karo Çini Saat Vazolar Karolar Kaseler Çinili Toplar

Çini Tabak Çini Karo Çini Saat Vazolar Karolar Kaseler Çinili Toplar

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