Ottoman Tiles Ornaments

Turkey Ottoman Ceramic: Osmanlılar 16th century, the center of the art of tile Iznik patterns and figures were produced by the nakkaş palaces of the nakkaş and used in decorating work in various areas.
1590-95, Cleveland Museum of Art

1590-95, Cleveland Museum of Art

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Beautiful tile

Beautiful tile

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Embroidered cover fragment, Ottoman, Turkey, Istanbul, late 17th or early 18th century. The Textile Museum 1.22, acquired by George Hewitt Myers before 1940

Embroidered cover fragment, Ottoman, Turkey, Istanbul, late 17th or early 18th century. The Textile Museum 1.22, acquired by George Hewitt Myers before 1940

Fritware mosque lamp, painted in blue and turquoise under a transparent glaze. Turkey, Iznik, 3rd quarter of 16th century

Fritware mosque lamp, painted in blue and turquoise under a transparent glaze. Turkey, Iznik, 3rd quarter of 16th century

1510-15, British Museum

1510-15, British Museum

1510-15, Çinili Köşk

1510-15, Çinili Köşk

Mosque lamp, Iznik,  from Sokollu Mehmet Pasha Mosque, 1570-75 (5) by Prof. Mortel, via Flickr

Mosque lamp, Iznik, from Sokollu Mehmet Pasha Mosque, 1570-75 (5) by Prof. Mortel, via Flickr

Ottoman Ancient Islamic Ceramics Art « I'm Hashim | Turkish Ceramics | Scoop.it

Ottoman Ancient Islamic Ceramics Art « I'm Hashim

Ottoman Ancient Islamic Ceramics Art « I'm Hashim | Turkish Ceramics | Scoop.it

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