Giota Krhtikou

Giota Krhtikou

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Dish | Iznik, Turkey, last quarter 16th century | Stonepaste; painted and glazed | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

The pattern of this charming dish is a variant of the so‑called chintamani (Sanskrit for "auspicious jewel") design. Appearing on ceramics as well as on carpets and textiles, this pervasive design originated in Buddhist iconography

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Dish Place of origin: Iznik, Turkey (probably, made) Turkey (made) Date: ca 1580 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware, underglaze painted in two shades of cobalt blue, glazed

Cerámica persa.

Persian Pottery Fayence (tin-glazed) plates and wall wainscot borders. "Both the invariably flat treatment of the ornament and the prevalence of the natural imitation of flowers constitute the characteristic style of Persian decoration.

Dish  Turkey, Iznik. Second qurter of 16th century	 Faience; underglaze painting. Diam. 38 cm  Source of Entry:   First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum(former Museum of the Stieglitz School). 1925 The State Hermitage Museum

Dish Turkey, Second qurter of century Title: Dish Place of creation: Turkey Date: Second qurter of century School: Iznik Material: faience