18 cm Turkish Plate Iznik Collection
Turkish 18 cm Plate Iznik Collection in colourful flower
Iznik collection pottery, named after the town of İznik in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that is being produced since the last quarter of the 15th century as a traditional art of Turkey (previously called Ottoman Empire until 1923)
Initially, turquoise was combined with the dark shade of cobalt blue and then the pastel shades of sage green and pale purple were added. Also, a few other colours were introduced to Iznik collection after that.
From the last decade of the century there was a marked deterioration in quality and although production continued during the 17th century the designs were poor, and the city's role as primary ceramics producer was taken by Kutahya.
Traditional Iznik art designs
Handmade & hand-painted
18 cm diameterThere is a hole in the back of the plate which can be hung on the wall.Use & CareHand wash onlyNo microwaveHeavy duty use not recommended
Sydney Grand Bazaar’s authentic Turkish lamps are completely handmade and handcrafted by the expert craftsmanship. To create a unique mosaic lamp, many coloured glasses are cut into small pieces and glued together on a glass shade to create the pattern. By individually made, it can be only similar but there are not exactly two the same that makes this authentic Turkish lamp very special.
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- Variant: 4
- In Stock: 1
- Product Type: Ceramic