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Ceramic jug, with a bulbous body, tall cylindrical neck and S-shaped handle. The body and neck decorated with a fine band of saz leaves, each conjoined with a rosette, set against a fish-scale motif, painted in green, blue, red and white with black outlines.
AKM873, Jug with Pattern of Serrated Leaves and Fish-Scales

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Jug with Pattern of Serrated Leaves and Fish-Scales
  • Accession Number:AKM873
  • Place:Turkey, Iznik
  • Dimensions:24.5 x 52 cm
  • Date:1550-1575
  • Materials and Technique:fritware, polychrome painted under a transparent glaze (Iznik ware)

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