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Ceramic dish, with slightly concave sides and a flat rim, the interior decorated with a radiating pattern of elongated leaves, the spaces in between with paired tulips, the rim with a series of scroll-shaped motifs, painted in red, blue, black and sage-green against an opaque-white ground.
AKM867, Dish with Paired Tulips

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Dish with Paired Tulips
  • Accession Number:AKM867
  • Place:Turkey, Iznik
  • Dimensions:5.7 x 29 x 91.5 cm
  • Date:second half of 16th Century
  • Materials and Technique:fritware, polychrome painted under a transparent glaze (Iznik ware)

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