İznik Çinisi Klasik Pano - Anikya Mimari

İznik Çinisi Klasik Pano - Anikya Mimari I took so many photos of Iznik tiles in Istanbul - would love an entire bathroom tiled in them

Maker:    Unknown; potter    Category:    fritware (stonepaste)    Name(s):    tile  Islamic pottery; category  Iznik style; category    Date:    circa 1550 — 1599    School/Style:    Ottoman    Period:    second half of 16th century

potter Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): tile Islamic pottery; category Date: circa 1550 — 1599 School/Style: Ottoman Period: second half of century Más

IZNIK CERAMIC TILE with Traditional Kutahya by MineHomeDecoration

Items similar to IZNIK CERAMIC TILE with Traditional Kutahya, Iznik designs for tabletops double tulips hatayi spring blossoms design art, silk printed on Etsy

Three Qajar underglaze-painted moulded pottery Tiles   Persia, circa 1880  rectangular, decorated in polychrome, two depicting a mounted hawksman and a couple reserved on a blue landscape, each with upper border with floral vine, framed   the largest 36 x 23.5 cm. approx

回 Tile o Phile 回 Three Qajar underglaze-painted moulded pottery Tiles, Persia, circa 1880

Star-shape tile early 14th century Il-Khanid period Stoneware, composite body painted under clear glaze. H: 19.7 W: 19.7 D: 1.9 cm Iran

Star-shape tile early century Il-Khanid period Stoneware, composite body painted under clear glaze. H: W: D: cm Iran

Tile panel with wavy-vine design, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), 16th–17th century  Syria, probably Damascus  Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze

Tile panel with wavy-vine design, Ottoman period (ca. century Syria, probably Damascus Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze by ida

Earthenware tile, dust-pressed body with relief-moulded decoration of stylised foliate motif possibly of Islamic inspiration in shades of green and turquoise on brown ground. Makers mark on reverse.

Earthenware tile, dust-pressed body with relief-moulded decoration of stylised foliate motif possibly of Islamic inspiration in shades of green and turquoise on brown ground. Makers mark on reverse.

Tile from a squinch, second half of 14th century; Timurid  Samarqand, Uzbekistan  Earthenware, glazed

Tile from a squinch, second half of century; Timurid Samarqand, Uzbekistan Earthenware, glazed I think this type of bricktile is called " Muquarnas"

Hexagonal Tile: Egypt, second half of 15th century.

Hexagonal Tile Object Name: Hexagonal tile Date: second half century Geography: Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted Classification: Ceramics-Tiles Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1967 Accession Number:

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