The glory of Iznik

Highet, Juliet
June 1999
Middle East;Jun99, Issue 291, p45
Discusses the growing recognition of Iznik ceramic art, an artform originating from the Ottoman Empire in the 15th and 16th century. Technological advancement of the Iznik potters; Iznik pottery as a high point in Ottoman culture; Demise of Iznik pottery due to competition from Chinese pottery and shortsighted policies.


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