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Blue-ground Dish with Floral Design     ca. 1560 Geography:    Turkey, Iznik

Blue-ground Dish with Floral Design ca. 1560 Geography: Turkey, Iznik

Dish | Iznik Turkey 1560

Dish | Iznik Turkey 1560

Turkey, Kütahya province, Kütahya kilns (Turkish), Plate with multilayered six-point floral design, late 19th century, stonepaste with polychrome decoration under clear glaze

Turkey, Kütahya province, Kütahya kilns (Turkish), Plate with multilayered six-point floral design, late 19th century, stonepaste with polychrome decoration under clear glaze

Dish, Date: 16th century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Medium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted on white slip

Dish, Date: 16th century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Medium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted on white slip

This dish shows a cusped edge drawn from a Ming prototype. The wave, foam and rock design of the rim recall its Chinese model as well. Unusual coloration of sage-green and manganese purple are combined with more typical Iznik tones such as blue and turquoise

This dish shows a cusped edge drawn from a Ming prototype. The wave, foam and rock design of the rim recall its Chinese model as well. Unusual coloration of sage-green and manganese purple are combined with more typical Iznik tones such as blue and turquoise

Dish Date: 16th century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic

Dish Date: 16th century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dish with Cypress Tree, Saz Leaves, and Roses

Dish with Cypress Tree, Saz Leaves, and Roses

Dish | Joseph-Théodore Deck (French, 1823-1891) | Paris, France, circa 1870 | Earthenware with underglaze and enamel polychrome decoration ('Persian' faience) | The decoration of this dish is derived from Turkish ceramics made in the town of Iznik between 15th-17th centuries. Although Deck borrowed Iznik colors and motifs, he did not make exact replicas of their designs. Instead he loosely adapted motifs, creating designs of his own invention | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Dish | Joseph-Théodore Deck (French, 1823-1891) | Paris, France, circa 1870 | Earthenware with underglaze and enamel polychrome decoration ('Persian' faience) | The decoration of this dish is derived from Turkish ceramics made in the town of Iznik between 15th-17th centuries. Although Deck borrowed Iznik colors and motifs, he did not make exact replicas of their designs. Instead he loosely adapted motifs, creating designs of his own invention | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York