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Four Damascus underglaze-painted pottery Tiles Syria, 17th Century(4)
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Four Damascus underglaze-painted pottery Tiles Syria, 17th Century(4)

Four Damascus underglaze-painted pottery Tiles Syria, 17th Century(4)

Four Damascus underglaze-painted pottery Tiles Syria, 17th Century(4)

Four Damascus underglaze-painted pottery Tiles Syria,

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A DAMASCUS POTTERY TILE, SYRIA, 17TH CENTURY
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Tile | Origin: Syria, Damascus | Period: 16th century | Collection: Shinji Shumeikai Acquisition Fund (M.2001.85.4) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, underglaze-painted, 4 1/4 x 7 x 7/8 in. (10.8 x 17.78 x 2.22 cm)
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Ceramic tile, made in Damascus, Syria, in the century (aleyma)

A collection of ceramic tiles at the Islamic Art section of Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Tile | Origin: Syria, Damascus | Period: 16th century | Collection: Shinji Shumeikai Acquisition Fund (M.2001.85.4) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, underglaze-painted, 4 1/4 x 7 x 7/8 in. (10.8 x 17.78 x 2.22 cm)

Tile | Origin: Syria, Damascus | Period:  16th century | Collection: Shinji Shumeikai Acquisition Fund (M.2001.85.4) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, underglaze-painted, 4 1/4 x 7 x 7/8 in. (10.8 x 17.78 x 2.22 cm)
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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
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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
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AN IZNIK SQUARE POTTERY TILE with blue and turquoise flower decoration, 20.5cm Sold for £320
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AN IZNIK SQUARE POTTERY TILE with blue and turquoise flower decoration, 20.5cm Sold for £320

AN IZNIK SQUARE POTTERY TILE with blue and turquoise flower decoration, 20.5cm  Sold for £320
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from Salimiye madrasa in Damascus dating from 1566. Potters came to Damascus to work on the tilework. The designs were inspired by Iznik patterns, instead the Syrian patterns are more spontaneous and exuberant. The colour palatte was also distinctive, relying on more softer colours than those favoured by Iznik potters in the 1540s, and without the use of a red. The designs have parallels in textile patterns which also have repeats. V 506toB1900 Damascus Syria
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from Salimiye madrasa in Damascus dating from 1566. Potters came to Damascus to work on the tilework. The designs were inspired by Iznik patterns, instead the Syrian patterns are more spontaneous and exuberant. The colour palatte was also distinctive, relying on more softer colours than those favoured by Iznik potters in the 1540s, and without the use of a red. The designs have parallels in textile patterns which also have repeats. V 506toB1900 Damascus Syria

from Salimiye madrasa in Damascus dating from 1566. Potters came to Damascus to work on the tilework. The designs were inspired by Iznik patterns,  instead the Syrian patterns are more spontaneous and exuberant. The colour palatte was also distinctive, relying on more softer colours than those favoured by Iznik potters in the 1540s, and without the use of a red. The designs have parallels in textile patterns which also have repeats. V 506toB1900 Damascus Syria
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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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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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A C16th-C17th tile in Ottoman Iznik style manufactured in Damascus, Syria. Decorated with a 'marb

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Tulip and daisy design, detail of sixteenth century Iznik tile in the Harem, Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey

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Tile panel with wavy-vine design, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), 16th–17th century  Syria, probably Damascus  Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze  H. 22 in. (55.9 cm), W. 33 in. (83.8 cm)

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