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Iznik

First quarter C, Ottoman Anatolia (Iznik) Mosque lamp, composite body, opaque white glaze, underglaze painted.

Tile with the Great Mosque of Mecca, Turkish artist 17th century (Ottoman period) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tile with the Great Mosque of Mecca, Turkish artist century (Ottoman period) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kaaba

Panel tile representing the Masjid al-Haram (Sacred Mosque). Made in Iznik, Turkey, century.

Detail of window with Arabic script on tilework above, in the Green Mosque in Bursa, Anatolia, Turkey

Detail of Window with Arabic Script on Tilework Above, Green Mosque in Bursa, Anatolia, Turkey

Classification Ceramic, Mosaic Object name Qibla Tile Geography Turkey Period Ottoman, 17th century CE Dynasty Ottoman

Classification Ceramic, Mosaic Object name Qibla Tile Geography Turkey Period Ottoman, century CE Dynasty Ottoman

Panel tile representing the Masjid al-Haram (Sacred Mosque) of the city of…

Panel tile representing the Masjid al-Haram (Sacred Mosque). Made in Iznik, Turkey, century.

Kaaba-Kabe

DesertRose///Large slab of Turkish ceramic tiles decorated with a scene representing the Kaaba. 1668 Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo, Egypt

Tile depicting the Ka’aba. The British Museum. Islamic art. London 2012.

Islamic art at The British Museum

Glazed ceramic tile depicting the Ka’ba at Mecca. It marks the positions of the four schools of Islamic law and gives the name of the owner Shehab al-Din Efendi.

Kaaba-Kabe

Ka'ba Tile - Artist: Osman Ibn Mehmed (Turkish, active first half century) Patron: `Abduh Mehmed - ca. polychrome painted under transparent glaze