6 October 2009
AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH
OTTOMAN TURKEY, MID 17TH CENTURY
Rimless with broad sloping cavetto on short foot, with flaring tulips on dense foliage with small blue flowers on white ground, bordered by black lines, the reverse with small swirling motifs alternatively blue and green, haircrack, chips, drilled
11 5/8in. (29.5cm.) diam.
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