İznik pottery, named after the town in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that was produced from the last quarter of the 15th century until the end of the 17th century

Strange, I don't care much for symmetry but I love repeated images that go around in a circle Century Iznik tile)

Dish Turkey, Iznik. Second qurter of 16th century Faience; underglaze painting. Diam. 38 cm Source of Entry: First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum(former Museum of the Stieglitz School). 1925 The State Hermitage Museum

Dish Turkey, Second qurter of century Title: Dish Place of creation: Turkey Date: Second qurter of century School: Iznik Material: faience

Bowl Iznik, Turkey ca. 1530-1540 Fritware, underglaze painted in cobalt blue, glazed London, V, 791-1905


Bowl Iznik, Turkey ca. Fritware, underglaze painted in cobalt blue, glazed

A rare Iznik pottery dish with lion design, Turkey, second half of 16th century

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

Dish Iznik, Turkey ca. 1520 Fritware, underglaze painted in cobalt blue, glazed London, V, C.572-1917


Fragment of white fritware, painted in blue under a clear glaze, Iznik, ca.

jug; Ottoman dynasty; 16thC; Iznik

Scale panels divided or broken by spirally curving saz leaves. Made of black, cobalt, turquoise, red (bole) painted and glazed ceramic, pottery.