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Handmade Iznik Cini Ceramic  Plate by myusatx on Etsy, $200.00

Antique Light Blue Salt Glaze Molded Stoneware Pottery Pitcher, Vintage 1890s-1900s Embossed Grapes and Leaves on Trellis Background

NEW LISTING! Beautiful Large Blue and White Traditional Turkish/Islamic Ceramic Kutahya Tile

NEW LISTING! Beautiful Large Blue and White Traditional Turkish/Islamic Ceramic Kutahya Tile

Handmade Turkish Iznik Floral Ceramic Plate

12" Handpainted & Handmade Turkish Iznik Floral Ceramic Plate


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NEW LISTING! Beautiful Large Blue and White Traditional Turkish/Islamic Ceramic Kutahya Tile

NEW LISTING! Beautiful Large Blue and White Traditional Turkish/Islamic Ceramic Kutahya Tile

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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İznik pottery, named after the town in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that was produced from the last quarter of the 15th century until the end of the 17th century

İznik pottery, named after the town in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that was produced from the last quarter of the 15th century until the end of the 17th century