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Nicholas Riley Iznik Tile Price: £80.00

Nicholas Riley Iznik Tile Price: £80.00

Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, 1575-1650 | Materials: fritware, polychrome painted | Tile, from a panel of twelve tiles, fritware, square, painted in underglaze cobalt blue, sage green and black on a white slip, and with a design of floating vases and cypress trees, alternately arranged and separated by long scrolling floral stems which spring from short foliage | VA Museum, London

Tile

Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, 1575-1650 | Materials: fritware, polychrome painted | Tile, from a panel of twelve tiles, fritware, square, painted in underglaze cobalt blue, sage green and black on a white slip, and with a design of floating vases and cypress trees, alternately arranged and separated by long scrolling floral stems which spring from short foliage | VA Museum, London

Turkish Tiles

Turkish Tiles

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This tile panel recalls the garden-like setting of heaven described in the Qur’an. It depicts a triple-arched gateway—the gate to paradise—date palms, cypresses, mosque lamps, and a vase filled with carnations. The panel is inscribed with the names of God (Allah), the prophet Muhammad, and the four rashiddun. Medium: Ceramic; fritware, painted in cobalt blue and turquoise under a transparent glaze Place Made: Damascus, Middle East, Syria Dates: 17th century

This tile panel recalls the garden-like setting of heaven described in the Qur’an. It depicts a triple-arched gateway—the gate to paradise—date palms, cypresses, mosque lamps, and a vase filled with carnations. The panel is inscribed with the names of God (Allah), the prophet Muhammad, and the four rashiddun. Medium: Ceramic; fritware, painted in cobalt blue and turquoise under a transparent glaze Place Made: Damascus, Middle East, Syria Dates: 17th century

AN IZNIK POLYCHROME POTTERY DISH, TURKEY, CIRCA 1580

AN IZNIK POLYCHROME POTTERY DISH, TURKEY, CIRCA 1580

Heavy pottery tile, Damascus, early 17th century decorated in polychrome composition depicting a cypress tree with grapes and flowers on blue ground h 26 cm, w 23 cm, framed

Heavy pottery tile, Damascus, early 17th century decorated in polychrome composition depicting a cypress tree with grapes and flowers on blue ground h 26 cm, w 23 cm, framed

mosquée de Piyale pacha (1565/1573)

mosquée de Piyale pacha (1565/1573)

Sultan III. Murad Türbesi

Sultan III. Murad Türbesi

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