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A Damascus underglaze-painted pottery border Tile  Syria, 17th Century with floral arabesques, cobalt tulips and turquoise and cobalt pomegranates, cusped medallions in cobalt-blue and turquoise containing dense arabesque, and border of repeating lobed arches containing florets

A Damascus underglaze-painted pottery border Tile Syria, 17th Century with floral arabesques, cobalt tulips and turquoise and cobalt pomegranates, cusped medallions in cobalt-blue and turquoise containing dense arabesque, and border of repeating lobed arches containing florets

Tile | Origin: Syria or Egypt | Period:  15th century | Collection: The Madina Collection of Islamic Art, gift of Camilla Chandler Frost (M.2002.1.764) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, underglaze-painted, Diameter: 7 15/16 in. (20.16 cm); Depth: 1/2 in. (1.27 cm)

Tile | Origin: Syria or Egypt | Period: 15th century | Collection: The Madina Collection of Islamic Art, gift of Camilla Chandler Frost (M.2002.1.764) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, underglaze-painted, Diameter: 7 15/16 in. (20.16 cm); Depth: 1/2 in. (1.27 cm)

Torino, MAO, Kachelpaneel, Syrien, 17. Jh. (glazed tile panel, Syria, 17th century)

アートタイル, シリア, 17世紀, ダマスカス, 唐草, リピート, モザイク, Glazed Tiles, Islamic

At auction September 2011. Origin, Egypt or Syria.  A hexagonal tile painted in underglazed cobalt blue and turquoise. The central circle is contained by overlapping palmettes outlined in black on a ground of blue scales with small floral devices.. Three of the palmettes alternatingly have smaller palmettes in their centre against blue scale grounds while the remaining three have a small central floral device also against a blue scale ground. Two thin parallel brown lines and a turquoise…

At auction September 2011. Origin, Egypt or Syria. A hexagonal tile painted in underglazed cobalt blue and turquoise. The central circle is contained by overlapping palmettes outlined in black on a ground of blue scales with small floral devices.. Three of the palmettes alternatingly have smaller palmettes in their centre against blue scale grounds while the remaining three have a small central floral device also against a blue scale ground. Two thin parallel brown lines and a turquoise…

Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, 1400-1450 | Materials: fritware, painted in underglaze cobalt blue and turquoise |   Tile, fritware, hexagonal, painted in underglaze blue with flowers and leaves on wavy stems, within a turquoise border outlined in manganese-black | VA Museum, London

Tile

Tile | Made in Damascus, Syria, 1400-1450 | Materials: fritware, painted in underglaze cobalt blue and turquoise | Tile, fritware, hexagonal, painted in underglaze blue with flowers and leaves on wavy stems, within a turquoise border outlined in manganese-black | VA Museum, London

memluk first half 15th century

memluk first half 15th century

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