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Iznik tiles for alcove

Iznik tiles for alcove

Ottoman paterns&motifs

Ottoman paterns&motifs

Turkish Tile

Dancing Tulips

Turkish Tile

Turkish çini design

Turkish çini design

25 x 25 karoluk pano

25 x 25 karoluk pano

Turkish tiles

Turkish tiles

Hand painted by Morad Jasim Turkish plate Display cabinet with my Turkish plates

Hand painted by Morad Jasim Turkish plate Display cabinet with my Turkish plates

ceramic plate

ceramic plate

.Ceramic plate

.Ceramic plate

Çini tabak

Çini tabak


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Tile & Ceramics: Çini ve Seramik (Tile & Ceramic)

Tile & Ceramics: Çini ve Seramik (Tile & Ceramic)

Iznik Design Ceramic Plate - Baba Nakkash yurdan.com

Iznik Design Ceramic Plate - Baba Nakkash yurdan.com

Turcos

Turcos

Mavicini

Mavicini

Ottoman Plate by özlem koç

Ottoman Plate by özlem koç

kırmızı laleli el yapımı çini tabak modeli

kırmızı laleli el yapımı çini tabak modeli

Gönül yüksek çini

Gönül yüksek çini

Iznik Design Ceramic Plate - Tulip yurdan.com

Iznik Design Ceramic Plate - Tulip yurdan.com

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Dish with 'Kaleidoscope' design | Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1580-1585 | Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze | Stylized variations of lotus petals, ultimately of Chinese inspiration but geometrically patterned into a radiating sunburst of powerful Islamic design, bear witness to one of the most fruitful cultural exchanges in history: the mutual influences  between the artists, especially potters, of Eastern and Western Asia | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Dish with 'Kaleidoscope' design | Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1580-1585 | Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze | Stylized variations of lotus petals, ultimately of Chinese inspiration but geometrically patterned into a radiating sunburst of powerful Islamic design, bear witness to one of the most fruitful cultural exchanges in history: the mutual influences between the artists, especially potters, of Eastern and Western Asia | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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