Category Archives: Kutahya

Kutahya Plate – ‘Memento of Kutahya’ Inscription 19th/20th

Plate from Kütahya Turkey (late 19th – early 20th century). Cream colored paste, white slip and transparent glaze. The ground is decorated in fish scale motif. A floral motif springs from a central medallion and rosette blossoms are around the … Continue reading

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Kutahya Plates 18th c – Samos Island Greece

Kütahya plates of the 18th century, embedded in the dome of Saint Matrona’s church in the village of Pano Vathi in Samos Island (Aegean Greece). During the building of churches, it was very common among the Christian populations to decorate … Continue reading

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‘Kutahya Ceramics’ Page is on Air

A NEW PAGE WITH ‘KUTAHYA CERAMICS’ FROM 18th – 20th CENTURY IS ON AIR WITH MORE THAN 70 UNIQUE ITEMS – FOLLOW US & ENJOY THIS UNIQUE & RARE PART OF THE ISLAMIC HISTORY Please check under the “Islamic-Ottoman” category

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‘Kutahya Ceramics’ Page is on Air

A NEW PAGE WITH ‘KUTAHYA CERAMICS’ FROM 18th – 20th CENTURY IS ON AIR WITH 70 UNIQUE ITEMS – FOLLOW US & ENJOY THIS UNIQUE & RARE PART OF THE ISLAMIC HISTORY Please check under the “Islamic-Ottoman” category

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Armenian flask (Kutahya) dated from the second half of the 18th century. Representation of a mail figure in traditional clothing smoking a long stemmed pipe. The sides are decorated with needle-leafed branches while the perimeter of the flask is decorated … Continue reading

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Beautiful Kutahya Pitcher (Turkey -2nd half of the 18th century). Plain rim with long neck and bulbous body in transparent glaze and decoration in yellow, cobalt blue, manganese purple and brownish red colors. A pair figures, one wearing a turban … Continue reading

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Rose water sprinkler from Kütahya Turkey (first half of 18th c.). White paste, white slip and transparent, colorless glaze. The sprinkler has a ring foot and is decorated underglaze in yellow, turquoise, cobalt blue and brownish red with black outlining. … Continue reading

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Hanging ornament, egg shaped with transparent glaze. The body is decorated with seraphims (in green and yellow colors) and cross motifs. One of the most important Kütahya ceramics of the 16th century (can be found in the London British Museum) … Continue reading

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Armenian plate (Kutahya) dated from the second half of the 18th century. Representation of a mail figure – portrays a vendor of liver, providing an idea of those period bazaars. Such plates were mainly addressed for European buyers. The oldest … Continue reading

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Armenian plate (Kutahya) dated from 18th century. Soldier holding a charger with John the Baptist’s head in front of Salome, daughter of Herod the Great. Armenian pottery flourished in Kutahya (a city in western Asia Minor) with the first dated … Continue reading

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