From, "A Handbook of Ornament". 1898 by Franz Sales Meyer.

From, "A Handbook of Ornament". 1898 by Franz Sales Meyer. possible embroidery thoughts

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Folk Embroidery, Hand Embroidery Designs, Nail String Art, Islamic Art, Ottoman, Batu, Pergamano, Felt Projects, Sewing Projects

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Turkish Iznik tile

Iznik çinisi - Iznik pottery is named after a town in western Anatolia and was produced between the and centuries.

Moroccan ceramic plates

These plates are all connected but look like they were collected over time. Beautiful blue Moroccan pottery, via goodbreadandlinen.

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Three Tiles | Origin: Turkey, Iznik | Period: last quarter 16th century…

Three tiles ( Turkey, Iznik, last quarter of century ). Image and text courtesy LACMA

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