Pilgrim flask | Probably made in Kütahya, Turkey, ca. 1750-1775 | Fritware, polychrome underglaze painted, glazed | The town of Kütahya had a long tradition of making pottery. In the 16th and 17th centuries, it was overshadowed by Iznik, also in Anatolia. But in the 18th century, after the industry in Iznik collapsed, Kütahya became the main centre for fritware production in Turkey | VA Museum, London

Pilgrim flask

Pilgrim flask Kütahya (City), Turkey (probably, made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware, polychrome underglaze painted, glazed Museum number: V&A

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Pilgrim flask

Pilgrim flask, fritware, polychrome painted with a female figure, Turkey (Kütahya),

Cup and saucer | Made in Kütahya, Turkey, about 1725 | Materials: fritware, painted polychrome, glazed | A pottery industry was well-established in Kütahya by the 17th century; there are references to 'cup makers' of Kütahya in 1608 | VA Museum, London

Cup and saucer

Cup and saucer Place of origin: Kütahya (City), Turkey (made) Turkey Date: about 1725 (made)

A KUTAHYA POTTERY PILGRIM FLASK WEST ANATOLIA, 18TH CENTURY Of flat-sided circular form with slightly everted cylindrical neck and pinched spout, the white ground decorated in red, manganese, yellow and green, one side with a stylised figure surrounded by floral sprays, the other with a loose palmette design surrounded by leaves, small rim chips, otherwise intact 7½in. (19cm.) high

A KUTAHYA POTTERY PILGRIM FLASK WEST ANATOLIA, 18TH CENTURY Of flat-sided circular form with slightly everted cylindrical neck and pinched spout, the white ground decorated in red, manganese, yellow and green, one side with a stylised figure surrounded by floral sprays, the other with a loose palmette design surrounded by leaves, small rim chips, otherwise intact 7½in. (19cm.) high

A KÜTAHYA BLUE AND WHITE BOWL, TURKEY, FIRST HALF 18TH CENTURY

A Kütahya blue and white bowl, Turkey, first half century

A KUTAHYA POTTERY PILGRIM FLASK OTTOMAN TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY Of typical form with rounded body and flattened sides, rising to thin cylindrical neck with flaring mouth, the white ground painted in green, yellow, manganese, blue, bole-red, one side with a winged cherubim surrounded by cusped hanging medallions, the other side with stellar motif surrounded by fish, [one] side with inscription in Armenian bordered by red bands and polychrome scrolling vine, intact 7 1/8in. (18cm.) high

A KUTAHYA POTTERY PILGRIM FLASK OTTOMAN TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY Of typical form with rounded body and flattened sides, rising to thin cylindrical neck with flaring mouth, the white ground painted in green, yellow, manganese, blue, bole-red, one side with a winged cherubim surrounded by cusped hanging medallions, the other side with stellar motif surrounded by fish, [one] side with inscription in Armenian bordered by red bands and polychrome scrolling vine, intact 7 1/8in. (18cm.) high

Drug vase Place of origin: Portugal (made) Date: 16th century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware painted in blue Museum number: CIRC.224-1910

Drug vase

Drug vase Place of origin: Portugal (made) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware painted in blue Museum number:

Maker(s) & Production: Unknown, production, Turkey, Anatolia, Kutahiya, Kütahya Collection: J.W.L. Glaisher Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): dish Islamic pottery; category Kütahya; category Date: circa 1700 — circa 1800 School/Style: Ottoman Period: 18th century

Maker(s) & Production: Unknown, production, Turkey, Anatolia, Kutahiya…

Cup and a saucer Place of origin: Kütahya (City), Turkey (made) Date: 1725 (made)

Cup and a saucer

Kütahya ceramics and international Armenian trade networks - Figure 10 - Coffee cup and saucer, Kütayha, Turkey.

Plate (Mid-18th Century) The plate rests on six small feet; a round lobe in the center of the plate is surrounded by six similar-sized lobes. White paste, white slip, transparent glaze. Underglaze decoration in green, cobalt blue, manganese purple and brownish red with black outlines.

The plate rests on six small feet; a round lobe in the centre of the plate is surrounded by six similar-sized lobes. White paste, white slip, transparent g.

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