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TILE ACCORDING TO THE LEGEND

Kütahya Tile According to Legend

Kütahya Tile According to Legend

Everything begins with the people, who are fascinated by the pottery made by a mysterious woman from a special soil, to follow the woman and find out the place where she extracted the special soil she used. That place is today's Kütahya.

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HALIC WORK

In the 17th century Ottoman tile art, very thin curved branches, hatayi and small flowers can be found on blue-white tiles. They are known as estuary work.
 

AB-I REVAN

comfort in the heart… Embroidered with blue patterns resembling water flowers on a white background, it reflects life, happiness, joy, sadness, in short, every emotion.

     

   

STAR PASSES

Among the first Ottoman tiles, blue-white decorated tiles constitute the most important period. The ground was painted in blue, the samples were made in white. Geometric star crosses of Seljuk mosques and motifs are also included in the motifs.

CAPTAIN-I DERYA

Ottoman tile artists were especially inspired by nature and daily life. The ships representing the victory of the Ottoman Empire were also integral parts of Istanbul's daily life. For this reason, they included them in art with high design lines, harmony and elegance.

    

Kütahya Tile According to Legend

SELÇUK CHAINS

It is one of the works of the Seljuk period. The ground was painted in blue, the samples were made in white. Geometric chain crossings of Seljuk mosques in motifs are also included. Among them, we can count the rope chain adapted to the present day.

     

THE DANCE OF THE tulips

In the 16th century, the use of fluffy bright coral red on tiles, which was a great technical achievement of the tile workshops, took place. The application of seven colors such as turquoise, blue, a dark sweet green, red, light navy blue, white and sometimes black under glaze in these tiles is an unprecedented technical development in the world tile art.

     

TURN-I-REALEM

Carnation, hyacinth, tulip, peony, pomegranate flower, spring flower, blooming plum and cherry branches and completely natural patterns dominate the motifs used in the tiles of this period. Large green leaves, curling like daggers, fill in between the flowers.

CESM-I GURYAN

Çeşm-i Giryan; crying eye..Tears are white like grapes on her cheeks...
Hanging gardens in Iznik, one of the birth centers of tile art, inspired the tile masters of the period… These three grape bunches were meticulously worked into the tile tile in a triple balance representing the harmony of earth, sun and moon in the universe.

LALEZAR

Lalezar; tulip garden, creeping tulips. Tulips are indispensable for tile art with their elegance and elegance..
     

NAF-I SEB

Nâf-i Seb; Midnight… The dance of night lights in tile art. Reflection of all the lights in nature on tiles

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