Bottle 16th century Geography: Iran

Bottle 16th century Geography: Iran

İznik Pottery Water Bottle, Turkey (Ottoman Empire), Circa 1540-1545

İznik Pottery Water Bottle, Turkey (Ottoman Empire), Circa 1540-1545

Italian pharmacy bottle (one of a pair) c1520 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Italian pharmacy bottle (one of a pair) c1520 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1580

AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1580

AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG   OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1600

AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1600

Bottle | Made in Damascus, Syria, 16th century-17th century | Materials: fritware painted under the glaze | Bottle of grey fritware, painted in colours on a white slip and covered with a clear glaze. Pear-shaped body, and with a long neck with a knop, above which has been broken off. Painted in blue and green outlined in olive-green. Round the body are flowers and scrolled foliage on a continuous wavy stem. The neck and shoulder are vertically striped | VA Museum, London

Bottle

Bottle | Made in Damascus, Syria, 16th century-17th century | Materials: fritware painted under the glaze | Bottle of grey fritware, painted in colours on a white slip and covered with a clear glaze. Pear-shaped body, and with a long neck with a knop, above which has been broken off. Painted in blue and green outlined in olive-green. Round the body are flowers and scrolled foliage on a continuous wavy stem. The neck and shoulder are vertically striped | VA Museum, London

Italian, Murano, about 1500 Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration H: 7 1/16 x Diam. [lip]: 3 13/16 in.

Italian, Murano, about 1500 Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration H: 7 1/16 x Diam. [lip]: 3 13/16 in.

Chope fin 16e siècle Turquie, Iznik,Musée du Louvre

Chope fin 16e siècle Turquie, Iznik,Musée du Louvre

Pharmacy Jar, dated 1515 Italian (Siena) Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica)

Pharmacy Jar, dated 1515 Italian (Siena) Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica)

Italian, Murano, about 1500   Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration

Italian, Murano, about 1500 Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration

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