Ewer [China] (26.292.73) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ewer [China] Song dynasty with incised carved decoration, celadon glaze

Turkey Kutahya 1900 Christie´s

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

Iznik plate
AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH  OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1575  With sloping rim on short foot, white interior painted in blue, green & black with red slip with a central blue & red flowerhead issuing red floral sprays forming a quatrefoil, each lobe containing a cusped ovoid cartouche with blue fish-scale, interstices with paired split-leaf panels, border with stylized wave & rock motif in blue & black, edge painted to imitate cusping, exterior with alternating paired tulip & flowerhead motifs12¼" diam.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1575 With sloping rim on short foot, white interior painted in blue, green & black with red slip with a central blue & red flowerhead issuing red floral sprays forming a quatrefoil, each lobe containing a cusped ovoid cartouche with blue fish-scale, interstices with paired split-leaf panels, border with stylized wave & rock motif in blue & black, edge painted to imitate cusping, exterior with alternating paired tulip & flowerhead motifs12¼" diam.

Dish      Place of origin:      Iznik, Turkey (probably, made)     Date:      1545-1555 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (pro...

Dish

Dish Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (probably, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (pro.

Dish      Place of origin:      Iznik, Turkey (probably, made)     Date:      1535-1545 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (pro...

Dish

Dish Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (probably, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware, underglaze painted in cobalt blue, glazed Credit Line: Salting Bequest Museum number:

Lustre-ware bowl, Basra, Iraq, late 9th century (6.99 x 24.13 cm) The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, gift of Joan Palevsky (M.73.5.238) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Lustre-ware bowl, Basra, Iraq, late century x cm) The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, gift of Joan Palevsky Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

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