Iznik tile

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TWO OTTOMAN BLUE AND WHITE TILES, TURKEY OR SYRIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY each of rectangular form, decorated in cobalt blue, with issuing sprays of saz leaves, tulips, carnations and rosettes

Tile painted in hatayi style with saz design. each of rectangular form, decorated in cobalt blue, with issuing sprays of saz leaves, tulips, carnations and rosettes

Iznik Tiles.

Iznik tiles would be so nice in a bathroom, kitchen or to make a mosaic for a garden fixture

TWO IZNIK BLUE, WHITE AND TURQUOISE HEXAGONAL TILES, TURKEY, FIRST HALF 16TH CENTURY

Two Iznik Blue, White and Turquoise Hexagonal Tiles, Turkey, first half century

vase; Ottoman dynasty; 16thC; Iznik

'Jacobethan' rose branches between cable bands.Illegible ink inscription on base. Made of grey, turquoise, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Turkish Iznik tile from the Ottoman period

Empty Nest Expat: Topkapi Palace , Part Three: Turkish Iznik Tile

flask; Ottoman dynasty; Iznik

Ottoman dynasty horizontal tiers of scale panels, bordered by attenuated sausages. Drawn from Venetian glass,scale pattern from Bursa textiles. Made of red (bole) painted and glazed ceramic, pottery.

Panel of two border tiles of glazed grey fritware, painted in colours on a white slip, Iznik, second half of 16th century

Tile panel

Panel of two border tiles of glazed grey fritware, painted in colours on a white slip, Iznik, second half of century

iznik bird tile

Tile

Square glazed grey earthenware tile decorated in polychrome with a design of a pheasant perched on a flowering tree, within a lobed panel with arabesques at the corners, Turkey (Iznik), late

Tile about 1575-1600 Turkish (Iznik) The Iznik tiles of the second half of the sixteenth century are justly famous for their bright tomato-red color, which together with black, blue, turquoise, and green were painted in underglaze colors on the flawless white ground.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Tile about Turkish (Iznik) Glazed pottery, x 25 cm Genre: Islamic Art, Decorative Arts Location: Spanish Cloister

Iznik pottery

Bottle with medallions and flowering branches - Turkey, “Iznik”, c. stonepaste, underglaze painting over a slip coating, silver-copper

jug; Ottoman dynasty; 16thC; Iznik

Scale panels divided or broken by spirally curving saz leaves. Made of black, cobalt, turquoise, red (bole) painted and glazed ceramic, pottery.

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