Buy Tribal Treasures Jewels You Desire Enchanting tribal silver jewelry for that rustic charm Online at Jaypore.com

Buy Tribal Treasures Jewels You Desire Enchanting tribal silver jewelry for that rustic charm Online at Jaypore.com

Iznik Design Ceramic Jar

Iznik Design Ceramic Jar

Ottoman & Matara & AN OTTOMAN CANTEEN

Ottoman & Matara & AN OTTOMAN CANTEEN

Tree of Life - Iznik ceramic tiles in The Blue Mosque,Istanbul

Tree of Life - Iznik ceramic tiles in The Blue Mosque, Istanbul

Jug Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (made) Date: ca. 1540-1550 (made)

Jug

Jug Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (made) Date: ca.

A blue and white Kutahya flask, Turkey, first half 18th century | Lot | Sotheby's

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Kutahya 18th Benaki Museum Athens Greece

Kutahya Container of Incense Kutahya Benaki Museum Athens Greece

A BLUE AND WHITE KUTAHYA POTTERY JUG

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18c.ISLAMIC OTTOMAN TURKEY KUTAHYA CERAMIC POTTERY 17'' VASE CHRYSANTHEMUM

18c.ISLAMIC OTTOMAN TURKEY IZNIK KUTAHYA CERAMIC POTTERY 17'' VASE CHRYSANTHEMUM

Islamic Ottoman Turkey Iznik Kutahya Ceramic Pottery 17 Vase Chrysanthemum Photos and Information in AncientPoint

Tile panel | Made in Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1570 | Materials: fritware, polychrome underglaze painted, glazed | In the Middle East, tilework was originally developed as a decorative cladding for brick structures. After 1400 its use spread to Turkey, where tiles were applied to stone buildings using mortar | The most accomplished type had colourful designs painted on a brilliant white ground. Tiles from the Turkish city of Iznik soon became very popular | VA Museum, London

Tile panel

Tile panel : Iznik, Turkey (made) Turkey (made) : circa 1570 (made) Fritware, polychrome underglaze 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.

Lot : COUPELLE DE KUTAHYA DU XVIII SIÈCLE en céramique siliceuse, à la « Jeune[...] | Dans la vente Arts d’Orient et Orientalisme à Millon et Associés Paris

Lot : COUPELLE DE KUTAHYA DU XVIII SIÈCLE en céramique siliceuse, à la « Jeune[...] | Dans la vente Arts d’Orient et Orientalisme à Millon et Associés Paris

Stoke Museums - Islamic Ceramics

Stoke Museums - Islamic Ceramics

A KUTAHYA POTTERY COVERED BOWL

A KUTAHYA POTTERY COVERED BOWL

Kutahya Bowl from Armenian Craftsman Toros 12 Apostole 18th

Kutahya Bowl from Armenian Craftsman Toros 12 Apostole Kutahya Benaki Museum Athens Greece

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