Kütahya tiles

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A GROUP OF SIX KUTAHYA POTTERY TILES

Kütahya pottery tile with blue and white decoration - Ottoman Turkey, circa 1900 ༺JS༻

kutahya Pottery Tile, Ottoman Turkey

Antique Iznik Pottery (kutahya Pottery Tile, Ottoman Turkey) Photos and Information in AncientPoint

A KUTAHYA  EWER   19TH CENTURY   Rising from short foot through rounded body tapering to thin neck with pronounced collar and terminating in flaring mouth, curved handle and spout with snake's head finial with openwork lattice between the base of the spout and the body, the white ground painted in yellow, manganese, green, bole-red and blue, with a series of geometric and floral patterns and a band of stylised fish below, Armenian inscription on either side of the

A KUTAHYA EWER 19TH CENTURY Rising from short foot through rounded body tapering to thin neck with pronounced collar and terminating in flaring mouth, curved handle and spout with snake's head finial with openwork lattice between the base of the spout and the body, the white ground painted in yellow, manganese, green, bole-red and blue, with a series of geometric and floral patterns and a band of stylised fish below, Armenian inscription on either side of the

COUPELLE À LA JEUNE FEMME EN CÉRAMIQUE, KUTAHYA, 18E SIÈCLE

COUPELLE À LA JEUNE FEMME EN CÉRAMIQUE, KUTAHYA, 18E SIÈCLE

Saphor 1716

Saphor 1716

Collection1-Armenians In Ottoman - Ardas Photography

Remembrance: Armenians In Ottoman Empire Remembrance: Armenians In Ottoman Empire Armenian people or Armenians ( Armenian : հայեր , hayer ) are a nation and ethnic group native.

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Antique 18th Century Turkish Ottoman Kütahya Islamic Ceramic Tile by Armenian ?

Antique Century Turkish Ottoman Kütahya Islamic Ceramic Tile by Armenian ?

¤ CARREAU AU MÉDAILLON FLORAL, KUTAHYA, 18E SIÈCLE

¤ CARREAU AU MÉDAILLON FLORAL, KUTAHYA, 18E SIÈCLE

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