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Embroidery motif with Tulips of ceremonial scarves. Surroundings Prievidza 1 half of the century, Slovakia

A LARGE DAMASCUS POTTERY TILE PANEL   OTTOMAN SYRIA, 17TH CENTURY   Of arched form, with finely drawn lattice of cobalt-blue tulips and hyacinths, green and manganese carnations and green and turquoise blue split palmettes, bordered by a band of floral arabesques reserved on cobalt-blue ground, in wooden frame, repaired breaks, areas of repainting

A LARGE DAMASCUS POTTERY TILE PANEL OTTOMAN SYRIA, 17TH CENTURY Of arched form, with finely drawn lattice of cobalt-blue tulips and hyacinths, green and manganese carnations and green and turquoise blue split palmettes, bordered by a band of floral arabesques reserved on cobalt-blue ground, in wooden frame, repaired breaks, areas of repainting

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, Century

This tile panel recalls the garden-like setting of heaven described in the Qur’an. It depicts a triple-arched gateway—the gate to paradise—date palms, cypresses, mosque lamps, and a vase filled with carnations. The panel is inscribed with the names of God (Allah), the prophet Muhammad, and the four rashiddun.  Medium: Ceramic; fritware, painted in cobalt blue and turquoise under a transparent glaze Place Made: Damascus, Middle East, Syria Dates: 17th century

Panel of ceramic tiles, Damascus, century. This tile panel recalls the garden-like setting of heaven described in the Qur’an.

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

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Tile - made in Damascus, Syria, - fritware, painted in underglaze cobalt blue and turquoise within a turquoise border outlined in manganese-black - V&A Museum, London

Isnik tile with a vase of flowers and borders (earthenware with coloured underglaze)Turkish School, (17th century)

Isnik tile with a vase of flowers and borders (earthenware with coloured underglaze)Turkish School, century)

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Three Damascus underglaze painted pottery Tiles   Syria, 17th Century  each of square form, decorated in blue, green and turquoise, one with a cruciform of blue rosettes intertwined with arabesque motif, another depicting a double handled ewer with a reserve of abundant floral sprays, lastly one comprising a part frieze containing floral patterns flanked by a spray of carnations

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Tile, Damascus, Syria, made ca. 1420-1450. V&A collection.

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Tile, Damascus, Syria, made ca.

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