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Dish Place of origin: Pécs, Hungary (made) Date: ca. 1878 (made) Artist/Maker: Zsolnay Ceramic Works (maker) Materials and Techniques: Glazed earthenware with painted decoration Museum number: V,

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

The pattern of this charming dish is a variant of the so‑called chintamani (Sanskrit for "auspicious jewel") design. Appearing on ceramics as well as on carpets and textiles, this pervasive design originated in Buddhist iconography

Dish | Iznik Turkey 1560

Dish, ca. Dish with symmetrical design of large blossoms, Turkey (Iznik), around Museum Number

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

"Blue and Purple Reign," Style Court August Manganese purple, Iznik-navy and turquoise plus a dusky sage-green come together in this Turkish dish from The Met's Havemeyer Collection.

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 Maker: Joseph-Théodore Deck (French, Date: ca. 1870 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Earthenware with underglaze and enamel polychrome decoration ("Persian" faience)

Dish | The Met

Dish Depicting Two Birds among Flowering Plants Object Name: Dish Date: ca. polychrome painted under transparent glaze Dimensions: H. of rim: 11 in.

Dish | The Met

Dish Date: century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted and glazed Dimensions: Ht. g) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Gift of J.

Dish | The Met

Dish Date: century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted and glazed Dimensions: Ht. g) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Gift of J.