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Title: Jug Maker(s): Unknown; potter IH; goldsmith Category: fritware Name(s): jug Islamic pottery; category Iznik; category Date: circa 1580 — circa 1593 The date letter on the silver-gilt mount indicates that it was made between 1592 and 1593, the jug itself was presumably made several months earlier, and possibly several years earlier. School/Style: Ottoman Period(s): late 16th Century; Elizabethan; Ottoman

Catalogue de la vente Arts d’Orient & Orientalisme à Millon et Associés Paris |

AN IZNIK POTTERY JUG OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1585 Of bulbous form on short foot, with slightly flairing mouth and simple loop handle, decorated in green, cobalt-blue and bole-red with black outlines, with dense design of split-palmettes forming lattice with vegetal motifs filling the interstices reserved on green and blue grounds, the base with band of stylized marbling, the waist with simple plait and green foliate fringing, the mouth with band of chain-motif, 9in. (22.5cm.) high

Basin, Iznik, Turkey, 1510-1520. Fritware, underglaze painted in blue, glazed. Height: 24.3 cm, Diameter: 45.3 cm, Diameter: 18 cm of foot. Museum number: 7409-1860 © V Images.

Vase. Curved flutes and flower scroll with motifs of Abraham of Kutahya. Tadpoles and tripartite lotus scrolls in fringes. Made of black, turquoise, cobalt, yellow painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. 285mm tall, Iznik, Turkey,Ottoman dynasty, late 16thC,

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Pichet en céramique : reproduction d’une pièce du XVIe siècle, La Maison Ottomane,

Iznik ceramic pitcher with flower decoration from ca. 1560–1570 (Louvre Museum, Paris)