Tile Panel | The Met
Tile PanelDuring the third and final phase of Iznik pottery production (see MMA 66.4.8, cat. no. 101 in this volume), whole interiors of religious as well as secular buildings were covered with underglaze slip- and stain-painted tiles, giving them a very sumptuous and also airy appearance
Tile From an Inscriptional Frieze | The Met
Tile Elegant calligraphy in thuluth script graces the central band of this large, intricately decorated tile. Executed in low relief, the cobalt-blue glazed inscription is set against a field of scrolling vines, where tiny birds perch among leafy foliage—some alighting upon the letters themselves
Panel fragment | V&A Search the Collections
Panel fragment, ca. 1358 (made). Fragment of a panel of yellowish sandstone, modelled with a countersunk design and covered with enamel colours, Bukhara, Uzbekistan, about 1358. From the tomb of Bayan-Quli Khan (d. 1358) at Fathabad.. Museum Number 569-1900.
Fragments from the Tomb of Buyanquli Khan
This is in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. At Bukhara in Uzbekistan, a magnificent domed mauseleum was erected over the grave of a Muslim descendant of Genghis Khan. In 1358 he was assassinated. The building was covered in these glazed tiles inside and out. I can only imagine what the original structure looked like completely covered in these stunning tiles. I silod them out and put the on black myself. They were hanging up on a while wall.
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