Turkish Iznik tile from the Ottoman period

Turkish Iznik tile from the Ottoman period

Tile | Origin: Takht-i Sulayman, Iran | Period: 14th century Il-khanid period

Tile | Origin: Takht-i Sulayman, Iran | Period: 14th century Il-khanid period

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Dish, frita, pintado en colores con hojas saz y aerosoles florales, Iznik, ca.  1560

Dish, frita, pintado en colores con hojas saz y aerosoles florales, Iznik, ca. 1560

alhambra tiles

alhambra tiles

Islamic Tile, Louvre

Islamic Tile, Louvre

Decorated plate, Iznik pottery, Turkey, Turkish-Anatolian Civilization, 17th century

Decorated plate, Iznik pottery, Turkey, Turkish-Anatolian Civilization, 17th century

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH  OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1640  With sloping rim on short foot, the white interior painted in green, red and blue, with large standing woman in green tunic holding a pair of tulips, flanked by red and blue floral sprays, the rim with cloud and scroll motif, the exterior with simple alternating green and blue motifs,   11¼in. (29cm.) diam.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1640 With sloping rim on short foot, the white interior painted in green, red and blue, with large standing woman in green tunic holding a pair of tulips, flanked by red and blue floral sprays, the rim with cloud and scroll motif, the exterior with simple alternating green and blue motifs, 11¼in. (29cm.) diam.

hatai

hatai

The Antique Pattern Library strikes again: This is a free 1929 pamphlet by Joan Drew, which consists of a 1 page introduction and 16 pages of nothing but design outlines. The contents are mostly fl…

The Antique Pattern Library strikes again: This is a free 1929 pamphlet by Joan Drew, which consists of a 1 page introduction and 16 pages of nothing but design outlines. The contents are mostly fl…

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