Islamic tile pattern

Islamic Art Pattern, Arabic Pattern, Islamic Tiles, Tile Patterns, Geometric Patterns, Art Tiles, Honeycomb, Tadelakt, Arabic Calligraphy Art

This double-page illuminated frontispiece from Walters manuscript W.559 is comprised of two rectangles surrounded by a trefoil border in grisaille. The inner border is gold strapwork with blue squares. The central area is an intricate design of geometric forms and arabesques in blue, black, gold, and green.  Date	1323  AD (723  AH)  Medium	ink and pigments on dark cream laid Persian paper

yama-bato: “ Illuminated Manuscript, The left side of a double-page illuminated frontispiece, Walters Art Museum Ms. The incipit page from an illuminated codex of the Koran (Qur’an) with.

AN OTTOMAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL, TORTOISESHELL AND IVORY CALLIGRAPHER'S CHEST, TURKEY, 17TH/18TH CENTURY decorated with tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl polygons in a stellar pattern on top, with ivory and metalwork criss-cross borders and palmettes in front, the drawer opens to reveal three compartments and one underneath, on four bracketed feet

an Ottoman mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell and ivory chest, Turkey, century

Object type      tile  Museum number  1878,1230.549 Description  Tile. Made of cobalt, turquoise painted and glazed pottery. School/style      Iznik  Culture/period      Ottoman dynasty term details  Date      1501-1550  Production place      Made in: Iznik (?)

Made of cobalt, turquoise painted and glazed pottery. School/style Iznik Culture/period Ottoman dynasty term details Date Production place Made in: Iznik (?

Instagram photo by @danaawartani_art via ink361.com

Instagram photo by @danaawartani_art via ink361.com

Old ceramic tiles at Rustem Pasha Mosque in Istanbul

Old ceramic tiles at Rustem Pasha Mosque in Istanbul Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

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Kabe Tasvirli İznik Çini Pano,  Tarih: yaklaşık 1650 Teknik: Sır Altı  Boyutlar: 61x38 cm V&A Museum

Large slab of ceramic tiles showing the pilgrims' way to the Kaaba in Mecca. From Iznik, Turkey, Ottoman period.

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