WELCOME TO INVALUABLE
Be the first to know about
the latest online auctions.
Please enter a valid email address (name@host.com)
Sign Up »
PS: We value your privacy
Thank you!
 
 
Want to learn more
about online auctions?
Take a Quick Tour »
 
Invaluable cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations.
Show translation options

Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles

(642 views)
Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
  • Zsolnay Iznik, Turkish design pottery tiles
   
$850
Accepts Online Payments
Ships from Newport, RI US
United States
United Kingdom
Australia
Austria
Bahamas
Belgium
Bermuda
Canada
China
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Hong Kong
Hungary
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Mexico
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
United Arab Emirates
Vatican City State (Holy See)

Description: A set of 5 Iznik ceramic tiles from The Zsolnay Factory of Pecs Hungary. Circa 1885. This partial set of tiles was probably meant to be used as a frame for a porcelain or pottery ‘picture’. Size and condition: the larger tile is: 13 7/8” long and 3 1/4” deep: 2 1/4” edge flake at one end, 1 1/4” edge flake at the other end (painted under glaze factory mark). 2 tiles 11 1/4” x 3 1/4”, one has a small corner edge flake and the other has a small area on the middle edge where the paint did not fire revealing the white glazed body, incised factory mark and the form # 1650. 2 corner tiles each is 3 3/4” square, hand inscribed number “1650”, edge flakes to each where the indented corners are located. So the tiles fit together as a frame without the bottom section as it is missing. These tiles must have been set into some other object as there is evidence that there is cement attached to areas of the back. A rare and early example of Turkish or Islamic designed tiles. The decorations reflect 15th through 17th century Iznik designs. The Zsolnay factory had a private museum collection of ancient pottery including many examples from North Africa, China, Persia, etc.

Condition Report: As notated in the description

Dimensions: As notated in the description

Artist or Maker: Vilmos Zsolnay

Medium: Pottery - ceramic

Date: 1885

 
Terms and Conditions
Selecting Buy Now, you agree that:

View full terms and conditions

The Drawing Room Antiques Drawing Room Antiques
The Drawing Room Antiques provides complete world-wide shipping and packing services for all items we sell. All items are packed buy a professional packer and shipped via USPS, UPS, FedEx, or Professional Art Moving Companies. We ship larger items in the United States via Craters & Freighters. The Buyer is expected to pay for packing, insurance and shipping cost association with the purchase.
Please contact us for a shipping estimate.
Online Payment Options
Additional Forms of Payment
Visa, MasterCard, American Express

 

Payment
We accept Master Card, Visa, American Express and Paypal.
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)