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Into the woods Plate by ZuppaAtelier on Etsy

Into the woods Plate

Into the woods Plate by ZuppaAtelier on Etsy

Dish, 1540-1550, Iznik, Turkey, Saz stile. The British museum, London

Dish, 1540-1550, Iznik, Turkey, Saz stile. The British museum, London

Iznik dish      Place of origin:      Turkey (made)     Iznik, Turkey (made)     Date:      ca. 1545 (made)     Artist/Maker:    ...

Iznik dish

Iznik dish Place of origin: Turkey (made) Iznik, Turkey (made) Date: ca. 1545 (made) Artist/Maker: ...

Iznik plate, 16th C. Turkey, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Dish

Iznik plate, 16th C. Turkey, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

armenian ceramics - חיפוש ב-Google

armenian ceramics - חיפוש ב-Google

PEACOCK DISH,TURKEY, IZNIK, c. 1550. This Turkish dish is one of the finest examples of Iznik ceramics anywhere.

PEACOCK DISH,TURKEY, IZNIK, c. 1550. This Turkish dish is one of the finest examples of Iznik ceramics anywhere.

Lid. Stylised roses alternating with hyacinth stems, scattered cloud bands and curving tulips,  flower decoration on feet. Made of black, grey, turquoise, manganese, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery.

Lid. Stylised roses alternating with hyacinth stems, scattered cloud bands and curving tulips, flower decoration on feet. Made of black, grey, turquoise, manganese, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery.

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osmanlı çini tabakları

Dish | Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1550-1560 | Fritware, covered in salmon-pink slip, polychrome underglaze painted, and glazed | This large dish is a good example of Iznik ware with a coloured ground. In the 1550s, potters in Iznik in Turkey were using a variety of coloured slips (liquid clay) to cover the bodies of their wares. They then added detailed designs in slips of contrasting colours and paint | VA Museum, London

Dish

Dish | Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1550-1560 | Fritware, covered in salmon-pink slip, polychrome underglaze painted, and glazed | This large dish is a good example of Iznik ware with a coloured ground. In the 1550s, potters in Iznik in Turkey were using a variety of coloured slips (liquid clay) to cover the bodies of their wares. They then added detailed designs in slips of contrasting colours and paint | VA Museum, London

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