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Konya Karatay Madrasa Museum - Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

Collection: Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): tile Islamic pottery; category lustre ware; category Other Name: eight-pointed star tile Date: circa 1350 — circa 1400 School/Style: Il-Khanid Period: second half of 13th century

Collection: Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): tile Islamic pottery; category lustre ware; category Other Name: eight-pointed star tile Date: circa 1350 — circa 1400 School/Style: Il-Khanid Period: second half of 13th century

Seljuk Costume on Ceramics, 12th to 13th centuries

Seljuk Bowl with man with cup and lady. Another open front coat.

TÜRK KOZMOLOJİSİ: TÜRK SELÇUKLU STUCCO FİGÜRATİF ESERLER

TÜRK KOZMOLOJİSİ: TÜRK SELÇUKLU STUCCO FİGÜRATİF ESERLER

Vase, early 13th century, Saljuq period, Iran

Vase early century Saljuq period Stone-paste painted under colorless glaze H: W: cm Iran

beautiful calligraphy and tiles

muslim art - This is probably a section adorning a building. Three elements common to Islamic Art include: Calligraphy, Vegetal scrolls, geometric tessellations.

Tile Date: 13th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; luster-painted

Tile Date: century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste;

Kubadabad Palace tiles- Konya Karatay Museum

Konya Karatay Ceramics Museum 14 2003 september by Dick Osseman

Fritware bowl with ring foot and straight sides that flare out slightly towards rim. Decorated with cobalt blue and black under a turquoise glaze. Interior of bowl has dark blue rim, and is divided into four panels by thick cobalt blue lines, each section filled with a waterweed design in underglaze black. Exterior of bowl is decorated with a few foliate sprigs in black under the turquoise . Place of origin: Iran (made) Jurjan, Latvia (recovered) Date: 1180-1220 (made) Museum number…

Bowl

Fritware bowl decorated with cobalt blue stripes and black waterweeds under a turquoise glaze. Iran, probably Kashan, before Museum Number

Tile from an Inscriptional Frieze. Date: early 14th century. Geography: Iran, Kashan. Edward C. Moore, New York (until d. 1891; bequeathed to MMA).

Tile from an Inscriptional Frieze Object Name: Tile from a frieze Date: early century Geography: Iran, Kashan Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; modeled, overglaze painted, and gilded (lajvardina)

صندلی شش ضلعی سرامیکی، کاشان، اوایل سده ۱۳ ترسایی، ارتفاع: ۳۰.۵ سانتی متر، محل نگهداری موزه هنر فیلادلفیا Made in Kashan, Iran, Asia Date: Early 13th century Medium: Pottery with overglaze decoration, luster painted Dimensions: Height: 30.5 cm The hexagonal shape of this ceramic tabouret, which could be used as either a seat or a side table, is modeled on the garden pavilions found on the estates of Persian aristocrats. Between the columns o...

صندلی شش ضلعی سرامیکی، کاشان، اوایل سده ۱۳ ترسایی، ارتفاع: ۳۰.۵ سانتی متر، محل نگهداری موزه هنر فیلادلفیا Made in Kashan, Iran, Asia Date: Early 13th century Medium: Pottery with overglaze decoration, luster painted Dimensions: Height: 30.5 cm The hexagonal shape of this ceramic tabouret, which could be used as either a seat or a side table, is modeled on the garden pavilions found on the estates of Persian aristocrats. Between the columns o...

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