An Iznik 'Damascus style' hexagonal tile, Turkey, 16th century | Another tile from the same series is in the Sadberk Hanim Museum (see H. Bilgi, Dance of Fire: Iznik tiles and ceramics in the Sadberk Hanim Museum and Omer M. Koç Collections, Istanbul, 2009, p.17, no.6).
Tile | Made in Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1525-1550 | Materials: fritware, underglaze painted in cobalt blue and turquoise, glazed | Tile of buff-coloured fritware, painted in dark blue and turquoise-blue on a white slip and covered with a clear glaze. Hexagonal in shape and the design consists of palmettes, flowers and serrated leaves on curved interlacing stems | VA Museum, London
AN IZNIK POLYCHROME TILE, TURKEY, LATE 16TH-17TH CENTURY of rectangular form painted in underglaze cobalt blue, turquoise and relief red and outlined in black with a composite lotus palmette enclosed by arching stems issuing buds, saz leaves and a large composite rosette