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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.
Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais, Iznik plate.

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais, Iznik plate.

Maker: Unknown; pottery Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): dish Islamic pottery; category Iznik; category Date: circa 1585 — circa 1590 School/Style: Ottoman Period: late 16th Century.

Maker: Unknown; pottery Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): dish Islamic pottery; category Iznik; category Date: circa 1585 — circa 1590 School/Style: Ottoman Period: late 16th Century.

A rare blue and white Iznik dish, Turkey, circa 1535-40 - Of rounded form with everted rim, the fritware body painted in blue and turquoise on a white ground with a central stylised rosette decorated with floral motifs, bordered by foliate stems, the rim with cintamani motifs between flowers, the exterior with a scrolling foliate design 37.8cm. diam.

A rare blue and white Iznik dish, Turkey, circa 1535-40 - Of rounded form with everted rim, the fritware body painted in blue and turquoise on a white ground with a central stylised rosette decorated with floral motifs, bordered by foliate stems, the rim with cintamani motifs between flowers, the exterior with a scrolling foliate design 37.8cm. diam.

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish with burst flowerhead and arabesques, Turkey, second half 16th century.

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish with burst flowerhead and arabesques, Turkey, second half 16th century.

İznik Çini Mehmet Gürsoy UNESCO Yaşayan İnsan Hazinesi.

İznik Çini Mehmet Gürsoy UNESCO Yaşayan İnsan Hazinesi.

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish, Turkey, circa 1575-80.

An Iznik polychrome pottery dish, Turkey, circa 1575-80.

A rimless polychrome Iznik pottery Dish Turkey, circa 1590 decorated to centre with a cobalt flower within a six-lobed rosette on a red ground with green cloud detail, the walls with a further series of cobalt-blue arched elements on a ground of dense scrollwork, with brown label in the form of a flower to reverse, no. 41 approx. 30cm. diam.

A rimless polychrome Iznik pottery Dish Turkey, circa 1590 decorated to centre with a cobalt flower within a six-lobed rosette on a red ground with green cloud detail, the walls with a further series of cobalt-blue arched elements on a ground of dense scrollwork, with brown label in the form of a flower to reverse, no. 41 approx. 30cm. diam.

A TURKISH IZNIK-STYLE POTTERY POLYCHROME BOTTLE VASE, MODERN in 16th-century Iznik style, black painted artist's mark in Arabic for Adnan Hodja. height 17 3/8 in.

A TURKISH IZNIK-STYLE POTTERY POLYCHROME BOTTLE VASE, MODERN in 16th-century Iznik style, black painted artist's mark in Arabic for Adnan Hodja. height 17 3/8 in.