Poteries BLEUES d'Iznik

Nicée (en grec : Νίκαια; aujourd’hui Iznik en Turquie) est une cité fondée vers 300 av. J.-C., tour à tour grecque, byzantine et ottomane du nord-ouest de l’Anatolie, région de Marmara. Au XVII siècle elle devient un centre de production de faïence.
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Iznik, Ottoman dynasty, 16th century - British Museum

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Iznik, Ottoman dynasty, 16th century - British Museum

State Museums of Berlin -Museum of Islamic Art.    Plate with Pomegranate decor    Turkey (Iznik) to 1530-1540 / Quarzfritte Ceramic and underglaze painting

State Museums of Berlin -Museum of Islamic Art. Plate with Pomegranate decor Turkey (Iznik) to 1530-1540 / Quarzfritte Ceramic and underglaze painting

Handmade Iznik Ceramic Plate

Handmade Iznik Ceramic Plate

İznik Pottery Water Bottle, Turkey (Ottoman Empire), Circa 1540-1545

İznik Pottery Water Bottle, Turkey (Ottoman Empire), Circa 1540-1545

Faience Dish - Turkey, Iznik - Second quarter of 16th century - The State Hermitage Museum

Faience Dish - Turkey, Iznik - Second quarter of 16th century - The State Hermitage Museum

Iznik Pottery Dish with cobalt and turquoise tulips and carnations-Handmade-Home Decor

Turquoise Rimless Iznik Pottery Dish- Tulips and Carnations-Handmade-Home Decor

Antique Iznik pottery bottle and cover

Antique Iznik pottery bottle and cover

Iznik tile

Iznik tile

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