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Islamic pottery traditions
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Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, ca. 1420-1450 | Materials: fritware with polychrome underglaze painting | Tile of fritware, hexagonal in shape, and painted in underglaze cobalt blue and olive green with a musical instrument between two grotesque birds in white compartments on a ground of blue scrolls, and the whole is surrounded by turquoise and olive green bands | VA Museum, London

Tile

Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, ca. 1420-1450 | Materials: fritware with polychrome underglaze painting | Tile of fritware, hexagonal in shape, and painted in underglaze cobalt blue and olive green with a musical instrument between two grotesque birds in white compartments on a ground of blue scrolls, and the whole is surrounded by turquoise and olive green bands | VA Museum, London

Iznik Tile Panel yurdan.com

Iznik Tile Panel yurdan.com

17th century     Iran

17th century Iran

Tile. Damascus, ca. 1550-1600 (Victoria & Albert Museum

Tile

Tile. Damascus, ca. 1550-1600 (Victoria & Albert Museum

Munghal tile  Panjab, Afghanistan   ca. 1650

tile (Tile)

Munghal tile Panjab, Afghanistan ca. 1650

Iznik Design Ceramic Jar yurdan.com

Iznik Design Ceramic Jar yurdan.com

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