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Iznik tulips historical tulip culture in Turkey

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AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1600

(Turkey) An Iznik Pottery jug, Ottman Turkey, CE.

AN IZNIK POTTERY BOTTLE BODY OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1565 http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/an-iznik-pottery-bottle-body-ottoman-turkey-4892568-details.aspx?from=salesummarypos=213intObjectID=4892568sid=0251cf9a-7363-452b-809c-8609b76a9733

(Turkey) an Iznik pottery bottle body. Ottoman Turkey, ca

An Iznik pottery dish OTTOMAN TURKEY, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY

An Iznik pottery dish Ottoman Turkey half cent.

onders: the Waq-waq tree. Illustration of a tale. From a 15th-century Arabic collectaneous manuscript known as Kitab al-bulhan.

onders: the Waq-waq tree. From a Arabic collectaneous manuscript known as Kitab al-bulhan.

An exceptional Iznik blue and white pottery dish, Turkey, circa 1520

Exceptional Iznik blue and white pottery dish, Turkey, circa 1520

A LARGE IZNIK POLYCHROME DISH, TURKEY, CIRCA 1580

Aga Khan Museum Object name Dish With Lion Motif Geography Turkey Period Ottoman, Century CE Dynasty Ottoman Materials and technique Fritware, polychrome underglaze painted on an opaque white glaze Dimensions Ø cm Accession number

tankard; Ottoman dynasty; 17thC(late); Iznik

Tulips and saz leaves. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Iznik tile detail

Iznik tile detail

Peacock dish

Peacock dish, Turkey, "Iznik" This dish offer the viewer a complex vegetal composition combining elements from the saz repertoire style of plant motif: Artichoke stems in bloom, flowers with swirling petals, tulips and perhaps delicate violets.

Tankard in imitation of metalwork form | Iznik, Turkey, last quarter 16th…

Tankard in Imitation of Metalwork Form Object Name: Tankard Date: last quarter century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze

AN IZNIK POLYCHROME BORDER TILE, TURKEY, CIRCA 1580

An Iznik Polychrome Border tile, Turkey, circa 1580

Turkish tile, Eyup Sultan Mosque by Ihsan Gercelman, via 500px

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