Kutahya Pottery Ewer and Cover West Anatolia 19th Century

Kutahya Pottery Ewer and Cover West Anatolia Century ༺JS༻

Hanging Ornament (Late 19th - Early 20th Century)

Pera Museum Kütahya Tiles and Ceramics Collection

1875-92, Kütahya, Victoria and Albert Museum

lamp Place of origin: Turkey (made) Kütahya (City), Turkey Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware, polychrome painted, glazed

Ceramic incense burner, from Kütahya, ca. 1727. Made in an Armenian workshop.(Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio).

Armenian Ceramic incense burner, from Kütahya, ca. Made in an Armenian workshop.

19.-20. yy, Antik AŞ, 250. Müzayede Kataloğu

19.-20. yy, Antik AŞ, 250. Müzayede Kataloğu

A Kutahya pottery sprinkler (not shown) and a Kutahya pottery bowl. Ottoman Turkey, first half 20th century. The sprinkler 8 14 in. (20.8 cm.) high ; the bowl 3 12 in. (8.2 cm.) high and 8 12 in. (21.7 cm.) across. Estimate. £2,500-3,500. This piece is offered in Arts & Textiles of the Islamic & Indian Worlds on 22 April at Christie’s in London

8 things to know about İznikpottery

From condition and colour to motifs and interpretation — a look at ceramics from the Turkish town, once known as Nicaea, where the Ottoman Empire had its potteries

Tile. Mirror inscriptions,some in part of an 8-pointed star. Made of red (bole), black, turquoise, cobalt, yellow painted and glazed ceramic, pottery (pink).

Tile. Mirror inscriptions,some in part of an 8-pointed star. Made of red (bole), black, turquoise, cobalt, yellow painted and glazed ceramic, pottery (pink).

Israel, Jerusalem, the Armenian Cathedral, Adam and Eve, Turkish Kutahya tile dating from 1720

Palestine, Jerusalem, the Armenian Cathedral, Adam and Eve, Turkish Kutahya tile dating from 1720

A KÜTAHYA CALLIGRAPHIC POTTERY HANGING ORNAMENT, TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY of large ovoid form, decorated in black under a turquoise glaze with calligraphic inscriptions, set at the top and bottom with two brass mounts, the top one with a long chain for hanging, the other with a golden tassle, both stamped with [possibly] tughra of Abdülmecid (r.1839-61) 18.5cm. max. diam. 83cm. with chain and tassle

A Kütahya calligraphic pottery hanging ornament, Turkey, century

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