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Tankard | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections
Ceramic mug - vessel - tankard. Made of cobalt, red painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. School/style: Iznik Culture/period: Ottoman dynasty. Date: 16thC. British Museum
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AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG
AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, EARLY 17TH CENTURY Of rounded form on short flared foot with flaring neck, curved handle, the decoration on white ground with tulips and red flowers
(#152) An Iznik polychrome pottery jug, Turkey, circa 1575
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A LARGE IZNIK POTTERY TANKARD
A LARGE IZNIK POTTERY TANKARD OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1640 Of tapering cylindrical form with angular handle, the white body decorated with alternating large green and blue saz leaves and large red flowers curving to the left, with smaller red flowers in the interstices and a register of red flowers leaning to the right near the base, a band of interlocking red and white triangles at base and mouth, 9 7/8in. (25cm.) high
AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG
AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1585 Of bulbous form on short foot, with slightly flairing mouth and simple loop handle, decorated in green, cobalt-blue and bole-red with black outlines, with dense design of split-palmettes forming lattice with vegetal motifs filling the interstices reserved on green and blue grounds, the base with band of stylized marbling, the waist with simple plait and green foliate fringing, the mouth with band of chain-motif, 9in. (22.5cm.) high