Lionel Iznik

Soon after the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453, Iznik production grew significantly and developed a distinctive style. The earliest group of Iznik ceramics was in this colour scheme and can be divided into two groups: the first relied on the Nakkashane for designs and metalwork for shapes; the second blue and white group clearly incorporated Chinese motifs.
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Bowl | Iznik, Turkey, mi-16th century | Stonepaste; painted and glazed | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Bowl Date: century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted and glazed Dimensions: Diam. of Foot 9 in.

IZNIK. Plat aux deux tulipes et aux tiges de jacinthes. Turquie, Art Ottoman, circa 1560-1580

IZNIK. Plat aux deux tulipes et aux tiges de jacinthes. Turquie, Art Ottoman, circa 1560-1580

Iznik pottery dish, Turkey, second half 16th century  27.5cm. diam.

A polychrome Iznik pottery dish, Turkey, second half Century. Arts of the Islamic World - Sotheby’s Catalogue, April 2014

High-footed bowl, known by the Italian term tazza. The bottom is decorated with a rare depiction of a palmette and semi-palmettes bordered by stalks of wheat. The tazza, one of the most popular utilitarian vessels, is frequently portrayed in Ottoman miniatures Turkey, Iznik, circa 1570. Diam. 0,285 m.  - Benaki Museum

High-footed bowl, known by the Italian term tazza. The bottom is decorated with a rare depiction of a palmette and semi-palmettes bordered by stalks of wheat. The tazza, one of the most popular utilitarian vessels, is frequently portrayed in Ottoman miniatures Turkey, Iznik, circa 1570. Diam. 0,285 m. - Benaki Museum

Iznik polychrome pottery dish, Turkey, circa 1570-80  31cm. diam.

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Deep ceramic dish with flowers on a turquoise ground. As early as the 1540s, Iznik potters had expanded their colour palette, introducing light green and violet, as well as their themes with tulips and multi-petalled flowers. Turkey, circa 1560. H. 0,077 m., rim diam. 0,375 m.   - Benaki Museum

Deep ceramic dish with flowers on a turquoise ground. As early as the 1540s, Iznik potters had expanded their colour palette, introducing light green and violet, as well as their themes with tulips and multi-petalled flowers. Turkey, circa 1560. H. 0,077 m., rim diam. 0,375 m. - Benaki Museum

CARREAU AUX DEMI-MANDORLES  IZNIK, ART OTTOMAN, FIN DU XVIEME SIECLE 25 x 25,5 cm. (9¾ x 10 in.)

CARREAU AUX DEMI-MANDORLES IZNIK, ART OTTOMAN, FIN DU XVIEME SIECLE 25 x 25,5 cm. (9¾ x 10 in.)

RIMLESS IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1575 11 ¼in. (28.5cm.) diam.

RIMLESS IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1575 11 ¼in. (28.5cm.) diam.

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