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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 Glazes For Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Turkish Art, Turkish Tiles, Ceramic Tableware, Tiger Stripes, Ceramic Painting, Tile Art

Dish with 'Cintamani' and Tiger-stripe Pattern | The Met

Ceramic DishNew economic pressures and market forces, among them a drastic inflation known in history as the "price revolution," meant that by the last quarter of the sixteenth century ceramic artisans of Iznik were increasingly exploring new frontiers in design

Amazing Indo-Persian manuscript illumination on a page of a century Qur’an. Because illuminated manuscripts are the highest form of human accomplishment. Islamic Calligraphy, Calligraphy Art, Arabesque, Islamic Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Patterns, Islamic Motifs, Cult, Colors

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kumaliza: “Amazing Indo-Persian manuscript illumination on a page of a 15th century Qur’an. Because illuminated manuscripts are the highest form of human accomplishment. ”

Damascus ware Provenance: İznik, Turkey / Date of the object century CE / Technique : Stonepaste underglaze painted, glazed /Period : Ottoman — Museum Of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Ceramic Plates, Decorative Plates, History Of Ceramics, Ottoman, Casual Art, Turkish Design, Glazed Tiles

Ottoman Damascus Ware Dish

Damascus ware Provenance: İznik, Turkey / Date of the object :16th century CE / Technique : Stonepaste underglaze painted, glazed /Period : Ottoman — Museum Of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar

Panel of six tiles with floral medallions in green, blue and purple, Damascus (Syria), Islamic Patterns, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Turkish Art, Turkish Tiles, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Motifs Islamiques, Art Nouveau

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Panel of six tiles with floral medallions in green, blue and purple, Damascus (Syria), ca. 1600.. Museum Number 492-1900.

Iznik Tile yurdan.com Turkish Tiles, Turkish Kilim Rugs, Tile Panels, Grand Bazaar, Summer Garden, British Museum, Islamic Art, Garden Projects, Things To Come

Iznik Tile - enjoyistanbul.com

An important cultural center during the reign of Suleyman the Magnificent, the rural town of Iznik (ancient Nicea) nestles on a lakeside in Northwest Turkey. Here in the early 16th century an "Imperial ware," now called Iznik, was made for the Istanbul court of the Ottoman Sultan--the richest, most