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Vase and cover Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (made) Date: ca. 1600 (made) Physical description Perfume-vase and cover of fritware, the cover and margin of the vase perforated, the body painted with red and blue flowers.

Vase and cover

Vase and cover - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections

1520-1525, İZNİK (Çinili Köşk)

Museum Istanbul, 1520 - of the first examples of a large size vase~

Iznik water bottle (Surahi), Turkey, c. 1575.

An important Iznik pottery Water Bottle (surahi) Turkey, circa 1575

Recipient with lid Turkey, “Iznik”, c. 1585

Recipient with lid Turkey, “Iznik”, c. 1585 Stonepaste, underglaze painting over a slip coating

Vase. 'Jacobethan' rose branches between cable bands.Illegible ink inscription on base. Made of grey, turquoise, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. 315mm, 16thC, Iznik, Turkey, Ottoman dynasty

'Jacobethan' rose branches between cable bands.Illegible ink inscription on base. Made of grey, turquoise, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mosque-lamp-shaped vessel with Arabic inscriptions, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), 1525–40 Turkey, Iznik Stonepaste; painted in blue under transparent glaze. The Art of the Ottomans before 1600

First quarter C, Ottoman Anatolia (Iznik) Mosque lamp, composite body, opaque white glaze, underglaze painted.

Iznik polychrome pottery ewer, Turkey, circa 1590, of baluster form, decorated in underglaze cobalt blue, green and relief red with black outlines, with a design of pomegranates containing flowerheads, floral blossoms in between, old collection label to underside 19.1cm. height. | sotheby's

An Iznik pottery ewer Turkey circa 1590 Tile Mural Kitchen Bathroom Wall Backsplash Behind Stove Range Sink Splashback Marble, Matte, Multi

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Bowl Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (probably, made) Date: ca. 1510 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (prod.

Dish ca.1560-1580 Ottoman period Stone-paste painted under glaze - Iznik, Turkey via Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art

Dish Ottoman period Stone-paste painted under glaze - Iznik, Turkey via Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art

Kütahya Porselen El Yapımı Şekerlik No 3

Kütahya Porselen El Yapımı Şekerlik No 3

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