Hand-painted Bud Vase 10 cm


Hand-painted Bud Vase 10 cm. This vase was painted using traditional techniques and motifs. Ideal as a decorative statement or as a functional piece.

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HAND-PAINTED BUD VASE 10 cm

Hand-painted Bud Vase 10 cm. Iznik Ceramic (named after the city of Iznik, Turkey) has been produced since the 15th century. Iznik ceramics were highly prized by the Ottoman Court. In fact, the world famous Blue Mosque gets it’s name from the thousands of Iznik tiles that line the interior. These ceramics are hand-painted using traditional techniques and motifs.

  • Hand-Painted Iznik Bud Vase | Vaso 10 cm
  • 10 x 06 cm
  • Multi-color | Renkli
  • Ceramic | Seramik
  • Hand Painted | El Yapımı
  • Designed + Made in Iznik, Turkey | Türk Malı

 
 



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IZNIK POTTERY ART

Iznik ceramics have a rich heritage in Turkish culture that dates back hundreds of years. Today, Aydın and his family continue to promote Turkish craftsmanship and the Iznik tradition by working with cooperatives to produce these Turkish treasures. Iznik Pottery Art is located in the heart of the world famous Grand Bazaar. 

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IZNIK, TURKEY

Iznik, also known by its ancient name Nicaea, is a small city located on the eastern shores of Lake Iznik. Ancient Roman walls surround the city that is best known for its Ottoman-era hand-painted tiles.