Ottoman Objects

Ottoman Turkish items- Furnishings, daily items, ceramics, curios, etc. Focusing on the 16th century
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Ottoman throwing spears (Jarids) and quiver, circa 1680, the plain steel arrowheads with quadrangular tips, wooden hafts and silver terminals formed as tubular sockets decorated with chased and engraved medallions containing floral sprays, the wooden quiver mounted with blue-green velvet, the silver chape, lock and suspension loops decorated en suite, the lock with traces of gilding, 83.8cm.

Ottoman throwing spears (Jarids) and quiver, circa 1680, the plain steel arrowheads with quadrangular tips, wooden hafts and silver terminals formed as tubular sockets decorated with chased and engraved medallions containing floral sprays, the wooden quiver mounted with blue-green velvet, the silver chape, lock and suspension loops decorated en suite, the lock with traces of gilding, 83.8cm.

Ottoman saber and jarid (javelin) with scabbard, 17th century, steel, silver, niello, wood, leather, length of blade, 23 in. (58.42 cm), Met Museum.

Ottoman saber and jarid (javelin) with scabbard, 17th century, steel, silver, niello, wood, leather, length of blade, 23 in. (58.42 cm), Met Museum.

Title:    Jug    Maker(s):    Unknown; potter  IH; goldsmith    Category:    fritware    Name(s):    jug  Islamic pottery; category  Iznik; category    Date:    circa 1580 — circa 1593  The date letter on the silver-gilt mount indicates that it was made between 1592 and 1593, the jug itself was presumably made several months earlier, and possibly several years earlier.    School/Style:    Ottoman    Period(s):    late 16th Century; Elizabethan; Ottoman

Title: Jug Maker(s): Unknown; potter IH; goldsmith Category: fritware Name(s): jug Islamic pottery; category Iznik; category Date: circa 1580 — circa 1593 The date letter on the silver-gilt mount indicates that it was made between 1592 and 1593, the jug itself was presumably made several months earlier, and possibly several years earlier. School/Style: Ottoman Period(s): late 16th Century; Elizabethan; Ottoman

Underglaze-painted fritware dish  Iznik, Turkey  17th century AD / 11th century AH

Underglaze-painted fritware dish Iznik, Turkey 17th century AD / 11th century AH

Bowl Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (made) Turkey (probably) Date: ca. 1575-1600 Bowl of fritware, painted in red, blue and green on a white ground with a repeating design of pointed medallions filled in with arabesques, and surrounded on either side by a long-stemmed hyacinth; each of these designs is separated by symmetrically-arranged arabesques. Round the top and the base run borders composed of arches in blue enclosing small red floral devices.

Bowl

Bowl Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (made) Turkey (probably) Date: ca. 1575-1600 Bowl of fritware, painted in red, blue and green on a white ground with a repeating design of pointed medallions filled in with arabesques, and surrounded on either side by a long-stemmed hyacinth; each of these designs is separated by symmetrically-arranged arabesques. Round the top and the base run borders composed of arches in blue enclosing small red floral devices.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH  OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1590  With narrow sloping rim and short foot, the white interior painted in cobalt-blue, bole-red, green and black, the central white rosette within a blue and green roundel issuing red sprays within clouds, an outer border of white clouds with red marks reserved on blue ground, the exterior articulated by concentric circles, with alternating blue and green motif,   9¾in. (25cm.) diam.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1590 With narrow sloping rim and short foot, the white interior painted in cobalt-blue, bole-red, green and black, the central white rosette within a blue and green roundel issuing red sprays within clouds, an outer border of white clouds with red marks reserved on blue ground, the exterior articulated by concentric circles, with alternating blue and green motif, 9¾in. (25cm.) diam.

Iznik, ca 1570

Iznik, ca 1570

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH  Ottoman Turkey, circa 1630  With sloping rim in short foot, the white interior painted in bole-red, pale blue and turquoise green with a central human figure seated on a stylised rug holding a wine bottle in one hand and a glass in the other, a drum visible in the background, flanked by floral sprays, in a stylised wave and scroll border, the exterior with simple alternating flowerheads, rim chips, otherwise intact  11in. (28cm.) diam.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH Ottoman Turkey, circa 1630 With sloping rim in short foot, the white interior painted in bole-red, pale blue and turquoise green with a central human figure seated on a stylised rug holding a wine bottle in one hand and a glass in the other, a drum visible in the background, flanked by floral sprays, in a stylised wave and scroll border, the exterior with simple alternating flowerheads, rim chips, otherwise intact 11in. (28cm.) diam.

An Iznik Polychrome Dish, Turkey, Circa 1575

An Iznik Polychrome Dish, Turkey, Circa 1575

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish with a lobed arch design, Turkey, circa 1600 | Lot | Sotheby's

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish with a lobed arch design, Turkey, circa 1600 | Lot | Sotheby's

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