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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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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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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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