DescriptionThe Museum’s collection includes a beautiful ceramic tile from Syria (second half 16th century), made when Syria was a province of the Ottoman Empire. Our elegant carryall design is adapted from the painted and glazed floral decorations on this tile.
Cotton canvas. Magnetic closure. Inside zip pocket. 13 1/2''H x 15 1/2''W x 5 1/2''D; 9'' handle drop.
- Cotton canvas
- Magnetic closure
- Inside zip pocket
- 13 1/2''H x 15 1/2''W x 5 1/2''D; 9'' handle drop
Art HistoryBy the middle of the sixteenth century, the Ottomans enjoyed the status of a world power in a vast area extending from Eastern Europe to the Indian Ocean. Architecture, calligraphy, manuscript painting, textiles, and especially ceramics thrived under the Ottomans, who developed some of the finest ceramics ever produced in the Islamic world.