Iznik Plate in the so-called "Tobacco" Decor

Iznik Plate in the so-called “Tobacco” Decor

Iznik, Turkey
Second half of the 16th century
Diameter: 29.8 cm

About Iznik Plate in the so-called “Tobacco” Decor

Round, hollow bowl with polychrome decoration and foot, known as “Tobacco.” The central decoration features a pattern of palms and flowers in blue and green, standing out on a tomato-red background in a circular medallion bordered by alternating blue and green flowers. The rim is adorned with stylized “waves and rocks” motifs in blue-bordered black.

RS 364

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