AN EXCEPTIONAL IZNIK BLUE AND WHITE POTTERY DISH, TURKEY, CIRCA 1520 the deep round dish with everted rim painted in underglaze cobalt blue and turquoise on a white ground, the central medallion featuring a tree issuing finely drawn floral blossoms, within a tight scroll border, with lotus-blossom stems, the cavetto with cloud scrolls, the rim with a rumi-arabesque pattern reserved against a cobalt-blue ground, 35.5cm. diam. Sotheby"s

İznik / Date : circa 1520 ,Ottoman Period / Style :The early Baba Nakkas / Technique: / Stone-paste (fritware ), the deep round dish with everted rim painted in underglaze cobalt blue and turquoise on a white ground, transparent glazed / Dimensions:

Dish | Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1550-1560 | Fritware, covered in salmon-pink slip, polychrome underglaze painted, and glazed | This large dish is a good example of Iznik ware with a coloured ground. In the 1550s, potters in Iznik in Turkey were using a variety of coloured slips (liquid clay) to cover the bodies of their wares. They then added detailed designs in slips of contrasting colours and paint | VA Museum, London

Dish

(made) Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Fritware, covered in salmon-pink slip, polychrome underglaze painted, and glazed

Plate with a blue-lavander ground with white flowers, and red carnations, Iznik, 16th C. / Ecouen, musée national de la Renaissance

Plate with a blue-lavander ground with white flowers, and red carnations, Iznik,

Maker:    Unknown; potter    Category:    fritware (stonepaste)    Name(s):    dish  Islamic pottery; category  Iznik; category    Date:    cica 1535 — circa 1545    School/Style:    Ottoman    Period:    early to mid 16th century

potter Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): dish Islamic pottery; category Date: cica 1535 — circa 1545 School/Style: Ottoman Period: early to mid century

Ottoman School, (18th century) / Musee Ephrussi-de-Rothschild, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France .

Ottoman School, (18th century) / Musee Ephrussi-de-Rothschild, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France .

Fluted Dish  Iran, 16th century	 Faience; painted in cobalt. Diam. 35.5 cm  Source of Entry:   All-Union Society 'Antiquariat'. 1933 Leningrad

Name: Fluted Dish Place of creation: Iran Date: century Material: faience Technique: painted in cobalt Dimension: diam.

Fig. 150 - Fritware dish underglaze painted in cobalt blue, c. 1480, Iznik. Gemeente-museum, The Hague. perhaps one of the finest examples (this style) of Islamic ceramic. Unusually high technical standard and quite large piece. 17 3/4" pg 280.

150 - Fritware dish underglaze painted in cobalt blue, c. Gemeente-museum, The Hague. perhaps one of the finest examples (this style) of Islamic ceramic. Unusually high technical standard and quite large piece.

A HEXAGONAL LUSTRE POTTERY TILE PROBABLY TIMURID IRAN, 15TH CENTURY

A HEXAGONAL LUSTRE POTTERY TILE PROBABLY TIMURID IRAN, 15TH CENTURY

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