PEACOCK DISH,TURKEY, IZNIK, c. 1550. This Turkish dish is one of the finest examples of Iznik ceramics anywhere.

Peacock dish, Turkey, "Iznik" This dish offer the viewer a complex vegetal composition combining elements from the saz repertoire style of plant motif: Artichoke stems in bloom, flowers with swirling petals, tulips and perhaps delicate violets.

Iznik tiles

Islamic Patterns, Textile Patterns, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Turkish Tiles, Turkish Art, Art Tiles, Mosaic Tiles, Ottoman

IZNIK CERAMIC, 16 > (Turkey) Title : SQUARE TILE Date : ca 1580 SQUARE TILE sold by Sotheby's, London, on Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Iznik Polychrome Square Tile, Turkey, circa 1580 of rectangular form, decorated in underglaze cobalt blue, viridian green and relief red with a design consisting of symmetrical arabesques and four flowerheads 32 by including frame

Fritware jug, painted in black and blue and with a red slip under a transparent glaze Turkey, Iznik; c. 1575

Fritware jug, painted in black and blue and with a red slip under a transparent glaze Turkey, Iznik; 1575 H: 21 cm copyright david collection copenhagen

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