6 October 2009
AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH
OTTOMAN TURKEY, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY
With sloping rim on short foot, with a symmetrical composition of a floral spray tulips, carnations and hyacinths, a large red hyacinth above, the rim with meandering half-palmettes, the reverse with alternate blue and green small swirls, intact, one haircrack, chips, slightly misfired
12 3/8in. (31.4cm.) diam.
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