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I Z N I K

C e r a m i c s


A b o u t

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Based in the Netherlands, Iznik Tiles and Ceramics B.V. is a supplier of authentic quartz tiles and ceramic products. All of our products are handmade in our ateliers in Iznik, Turkey. We offer a wide variety of choice, such as tableware, vases, bowls and furniture as well as wall and floor tiles. Our designs vary from traditional motifs to modern or fully customized. Iznik Tiles and Ceramics BV acts as the European representative office of Iznik Tiles and Ceramics ltd. (Istanbul) and the Iznik Foundation (Iznik).


C O N T E N T

HANDICRAFT

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PRODUCTION PROCESS

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IZNIK CERAMICS

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12 CLASSIC IZNIK MOTIFS

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HISTORIC SHAPES

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CERAMICS TABLEWARE

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HOME ACCESSORIES

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COLLABORATIONS

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FRAMED TILES

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Cups and saucers Single cups Single saucers Candlesticks Tealights Sugar Bowls Jewellery Boxes Tankards Trays Plates Dishes Bowls Vases Jugs Incense holders Giftboxes Stationery Paperweights Coasters

Elif Uras Design Johan Tahon Design Carolina & Reinier Design RVS Design - Eyewear Blue tile frames Silver tile frames Brown tile frames Black tile frames Copper tile frames Green tile frames Red tile frames White tile frames


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H A N D I C R A F T Q U A R T Z The Iznik Foundation produces tiles using traditional 16th-century techniques. Iznik Foundation tiles are special because they contain 85% quartz, a semi-precious stone. The type of quartz tiles produced is traditionally referred to as chini, separating it from standard industrial or clay based tiles, such as porcelain or terracotta tiles.

I Z N I K With offices in Amsterdam and Istanbul, the production is cHarried out in our workshops in Iznik. The production of a completely hand-made tile takes several days. Each part of the process is carried out by craftsmen with particular expertise – for example, each color is not only produced, but also applied by that color’s expert.

V A R I E T Y In terms of design, we continue to produce traditional patterns, but also constantly strive to create new contemporary designs through in-house design department as well as collaborations with local and international artists, designers and architects. In the last two decades, our portfolio of Iznik ceramics has grown from cups, bowls and other tableware to large jugs, vases and ceramic installations. With a variety of artistic applications in residential and office buildings, hotels and schools, visual aesthetics may be emphasized in terms of colour, form and tradition in any space.

I N N O V A T I O N In addition to production in the ateliers in Iznik, a Research & Development facility employs the latest technologies to the traditional Iznik art. Contemporary technology and innovation are applied to further improve the quality and production methods of the tiles. Additionally, this translates into product development such as Iznik glazed bricks or tiles that are applied to various products like kitchen appliances, bookshelves or tabletops.

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L A Y E R

1 / BASIC MATERIALS

L A Y E R

Blocks of quartz are selected and manually broken into pieces. Clay is laid in water for a day, then boiled and filtered through a cloth sieve. Quartz is added to the filtered clay to produce paste. Homogeneous paste rests for one day. The paste is then left to dry for 7 days on wooden shelves in drying rooms. The edges of the plates are manually sandpapered to obtain the standard size.

2 / UNDERCOAT

A thick liquid paste is prepared with clean and very finely powdered quartz and clay. This mixture is flowed equally over the plate to obtain a flawless surface. The ceramics are airdried in natural surroundings for at least 10 days. They are then fired at 1.040° Celsius. The ceramics are left to cool off before being sent to the design ateliers. Items are dusted off with air compression pistols.

All the steps in our production process are completely done by hand.

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P R O D U C T I O N L A Y E R

3 / PAINT

L A Y E R

Designs are prepared on sketching paper, which are pinholed, then transferred on to the ceramics with charcoal powder.

P R O C E S S 4 / GLAZE

The glaze is obtained by mixing quartz, metal-oxides and soda. The glassy bulk is broken into smaller pieces, washed, sifted then dried. The glazing mixture is prepared with the use of a waterbased organic blender and distributed equally over the designed and painted ceramics. The ceramics are ďŹ red for the second time on 1.040° Celsius, following the application of the glaze.

The tiny dots which form the design or motif on the biscuit tiles are contoured in dark blue or black colours. The parts in between are painted with colours.

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I Z N I K I Z N I K

C E R A M I C

C E R A M I C S

A R T

Iznik ware takes its name from the northwestern Anatolian city of Iznik (ancient Nicaea). Much of this ceramic art has been produced as architectural revetment as well as tableware. Iznik pottery is one of the most notable and renowned arts of the Ottoman period. Here in the early 16th century an 'Imperial ware' was made for the Istanbul court of the Ottoman Sultan - the richest, most powerful monarch in Europe.

H I S T O R Y Early Ottoman pottery produced in nakkashanes (imperial workshops) was strongly influenced by Chinese porcelain, especially floral Ming porcelain. It has been globally recognized that the ceramics produced by the Iznik potters are among the world's most beautiful and striking designs. The earliest Iznik stonepaste ceramics influenced by Chinese porcelain is called Baba Nakkaş (literally: Papa Designer), named after an artist employed by the Ottoman sultan Mehmed II (r. 1444–46, 1451–81), Muhammed Şeyh Bayezid. Baba Nakkaş had a delicate underglazepainted blue decoration on a white ground, often with meandering vine of twotoned flowers and whiteonblue decoration.

C O L O R S From the late 15th century, potters in Iznik began producing wares that were decorated in cobalt blue on a white fritware body under a clear glaze, with different concentrations of the same pigment being used to obtain many shades of blue. Towards the late 1520s, turquoise, obtained from copper oxide, was associated with the cobalt blue. During the 1540s, the color palette of Iznik ceramics was distinctly enriched with a green ranging from sage to olive (probably introduced in the 1530s), and a manganese oxide-based aubergine mauve. By 1550, Ottoman ceramicists developed a chrome-based black color, that was used to draw thin lines. After 1550, a new color scheme based on the combination of bright tomato red obtained from iron oxide was developed. In addition, Iznik artisans started using a very fine emerald green made from copper in their tiles and pottery. Page 12 to 13 hold a selection of the 12 most influential, popular and widespread motifs in Iznik ceramic art.

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BLUE AND WHITE FRITWARE

(1490 - 1530)

In the second half of the Fifteenth century, Iznik ceramic artisans started producing blue-and-white fritware ceramics with motifs that were clearly influenced by the Ottoman court in Istanbul. The earliest datable objects are blue-and-white border tiles that decorate the mausoleum (türbe) in Bursa of Şehzade Mahmud (died in 1506-7). On many Iznik objects with blue-and-white fritware items, both the interior and exterior are decorated with cobalt blue flowers arranged in a style clearly derived from Chinese prototypes of the first Ming Dynasty.

HATAYI DESIGN (1480 - 1520)

(1470 - 1520)

Hatayi is a specific type of Blue and White Fritware in which the pattern is obtained by stylizing the vertical section and the botanical forms of different flowers. The Hatayi motif was highly influenced by Chinese ceramic art. Hatay translates to China in the original Ottoman language,. The term hatayi in Turkish translates to Cathay, which is a reference to the Chinese origins of the flowers’ style.

RUMI DESIGN

(1470 - 1520)

Rumi Design is a reference to the Seljukids of Rum. Rumi Design is a style denoting the Ottoman arabesque patterns in Iznik art. They are two main styles, the classic Rumi style and the Negatif Rumi style. The crossover design Rumi-Hatayi combines the Ottoman arabesque patterns (Rumi) and the Chinese inspired floral patterns (Hatayi). The combination of these two styles is also referred to as Baba Nakkaş Rumi-Hatayi Style. This motif marked the formative period in Iznik art between 1470 and 1520.

GOLDEN HORN DESIGN

(1520 - 1550)

The Golden Horn ware was a variation on the blue-and-white decoration that was popular from the late 1520s to 1550s. Golden Horn derived its name named because fragments in this style were excavated in the Golden Horn area of Istanbul. It was later realized that the pottery was made in Iznik as some motifs on the vessels closely resembled those used on other blue-and-white Iznik pottery. The decoration consists of a series of thin spirals adorned with small leaves. The narrow rims of dishes are painted with a meandering pattern.

POLYCHROME DESIGN

(1550 - 1600)

At the beginning of the second half of the 16th century, Iznik artisans started to use various vivid colors in their designs. These polychrome motifs were decorated with colors like various blues and greens. Especially the bole-red decoration was to become a characteristic feature of Iznik tiles and pottery. Polychrome Iznik tiles and ceramics are among the most valued designs in Iznik ceramic art.

(1520 - 1555)

SAZ STYLE

Around 1520, Iznik artisans developed the Saz Style in which a long, serrated saz leaf, dynamically arranged was depicted together with static rosette forms or composite blossoms. This distinct style of painting was developed separate from the highly conceptual tradition of manuscript illustration. Saz was named after the reed pen employed in its creation. Saz style was used to decorate manuscripts, textiles, ceramics, and other materials. Saz style is part of the Damascus Ware that was popular under the reign of sultan Suleiman the Magnificent (1540 - 1555). 1 2


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C L A S S I C

I Z N I K

M O T I F S

FLORAL DESIGN Ottoman ceramic artists took much of their inspiration from nature and created designs incorporating stylized leaves with recognizable plants, flowers, and trees. Familiar species depicted on this plate include tulips, and cypress trees. The “potters’ style” that included novel features such as a new floral thematic register; or a series of pieces imitating Chinese models to a greater or lesser degree of fidelity. This wave of Chinese inspiration was apparent in the introduction of themes such as the three bunches of grapes, the lotus bouquet, and the floral spiraling scrollwork on the center of dishes.

GEOMETRICAL DESIGN In Iznik art, geometrical motifs were popular designs. Islamic decoration makes great use of geometric patterns which have developed over the centuries. Many of these derived from various earlier cultures: Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Central Asian, and Persian. They are usually distinguished from the arabesque, the term for decoration in Islamic art based on curving and branching vegetal forms. Mainly because depicting humans and animals was forbidden in many Islamic cultures, geometrical designs were widely spread in islamic art.

ÇINTEMANI DESIGN Çintemani is an Ottoman decorative motif that appears in textiles, tiles and ceramic items. It can be composed of a group of three circles arranged in a triangle. Or it can be a pair of wavy lines. Further, the circle, which often contains a dot, can transition into what appears to be a crescent with the tips of the horns touching, or nearly so. Scholars debate the source and meaning of the pattern. Some point to Central Asian Buddhism, since, in Tibetan Buddhism, cintamani (a Sanskrit word) is the wish-fulfilling jewel and the circular motif could be that glowing pearl. The wavy lines that can be clouds or waves borrowed from Chinese and Tibetan art. Others think that these patterns were originally used in Central and Eastern Asia as animal patterns.

GALLEON DESIGN The Ottomans became the most powerful maritime Empire in the Mediterranean in the first half of the sixteenth century. After the Ottomans took control in the Black Sea, they returned to the Mediterranean, and began to develop their navy yards and to build ships. Ottoman mariners investigated Venetian, Genoese and Spanish ships for a long time and started to build both çektiriler (oared fighting ships) and kalyonlar (galleons) in the Venetian style. Because of this maritime tradition, ships and galleons and other type of ships became popular themes in Iznik ceramic art.

KUBADABAD DESIGN Kubadabad Design is a motif derived from the old Kubadabad Palaces of the Seljuks. The Seljuks were a subdivision of the Kiniq clan of Oghuz Turks, originating on the steppe north of the Aral Sea. The Kubadabad Palace was a complex of summer residences built for sultan Kayqubad I (1220–1236) in south-west Central Anatolia, Turkey. Excavations at Kubadabad Palace uncovered a magnificent series of polychrome ceramic tiles. Painted with an underglaze of blue, purple, turquoise and green, the series consists of white, star-shaped figural panels alternating with turquoise crosses. The subjects of the tiles include humans, and animals both real and fantastic.

ISLAMIC CALLIGRAPHY Until 1928 after the end of the Ottoman empire, the Turkish language was written in Arabic scripture. Also the artisans in Iznik were skilled in Arabic calligraphy art. Islamic calligraphy is derived from the Persian calligraphy. It is known in Arabic as khatt which comes from the word 'line', 'design', or 'construction'. In addition to tiles, Islamic calligraphy is applied on a wide range of decorative mediums such as paper, carpets and inscriptions on buildings. Popular themes of Islamic calligraphy include the name of the Prophet Muhammad and the 99 names of Allah and other scriptures from the Quran. 1 3


P L A T E S

Circa 1530

Circa 1535

Circa 1535

Circa 1545

Circa 1570

Circa 1570

Circa 1500

Circa 1540

Circa 1540

Circa 1575

B O W L S

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H I S T O R I C

S H A P E S

V A S E S

Circa 1480

Circa 1535

Circa 1535

Circa 1535

V A R I O U S

Circa 1520

Circa 1575

Circa 1540

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Circa 1560


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T A B L E W A R E 1 7


C U P S

A N D

S A U C E R S

CSS-01

CSS-02

CSS-03

CSS-04

CSS-05

CSS-06

Cup Saucer

Cup 6,5 x 5 cm Saucer Ø 12,5 cm

Cup Saucer

Cup Saucer

Cup 6,5 x 5 cm Saucer Ø 12,5 cm

Cup Saucer

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T A B L E W A R E

CSS-07

CSS-08

CSS-09

CSS-10

CSS-11

CSS-12

Cup 9,5 x 6 cm Saucer Ø 14,5 cm

Cup 9,5 x 6 cm Saucer Ø 14,5 cm

Cup Saucer

Cup 9,5 x 6 cm Saucer Ø 14,5 cm

Cup 10 x 4,5 cm Saucer Ø 17 cm

Cup Saucer

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S I N G L E

T A B L E W A R E

C U P S

CSS-13

CSS-14

CSS-15

CSS-16

CSS-17

CSS-18

CSS-19

CSS-20

CSS-21

Dimensions

Dimensions

8 x 8 cm

5,5 x 5,5 cm

Dimensions

Dimensions

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

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T A B L E W A R E

CSS-22

CSS-23

CSS-24

ICSS-25

CSS-26

CSS-27

CSS-28

CSS-29

CSS-30

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

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S I N G L E

T A B L E W A R E

C U P S

CSS-31

CSS-32

CSS-33

CSS-34

CSS-35

CSS-36

CSS-37

CSS-38

CSS-39

8 x 8 cm

Dimensions

7 x 5 cm

8 x 8 cm

8 x 8 cm

Dimensions

Dimensions

7 x 5 cm

7 x 5 cm

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S I N G L E

T A B L E W A R E

C U P S

CSS-40

CSS-41

CSS-42

SS-01

SS-02

SS-03

SS-04

SS-05

SS-06

Dimensions

S I N G L E

Ø 12,5 cm

Ø 12,5 cm

Dimensions

Dimensions

S A U C E R S

Ø 12,5 cm

Ø 12,5 cm

Ø 12,5 cm

Ø 12,5 cm

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T A B L E W A R E

C A N D L E S T I C K S

CA-01

CA-02

CA-03

CA-04

CA-05

CA-06

Ø 12,5 x 19 cm

Ø 12,5 x 19 cm

Ø 12,5 x 19 cm

Ø 12,5 x 19 cm

Ø 12,5 x 19 cm

Ø 12,5 x 19 cm

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T A B L E W A R E

T E A L I G H T S

TL-01

TL-02

7 x 6 cm

S U G A R

SBS-01

16,5 x 10 cm

TL-03

7 x 6 cm

7 x 6 cm

B O W L S

SBS-01

16,5 x 10 cm

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J E W E L L E R Y

T A B L E W A R E

B O X E S

SJB-55

SJB-56

SJB-57

SJB-58

OJB-59

MJB-60

MJB-61

MJB-62

MJB-63

Ø 8,5 cm x 3cm

Ø 8,5 cm x 3cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 8,5 cm x 3cm

Dimensions

Ø 8,5 cm x 3cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm 2 7

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm


J E W E L L E R Y

B O X E S

MJB-64

MJB-65

MJB-66

MJB-67

MJB-68

MJB-69

MJB-70

MJB-71

MJB-72

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm 2 8


T A B L E W A R E

MJB-73

Ø 10,5 x 5 cm

MJB-74

MJB-75

8 x 8 x 4 cm

8 x 8 x 4 cm

MJB-76

8 x 8 x 4 cm

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T A B L E W A R E

T A N K A R D S

TA-FD 01

TA-FD 02

TA-FD 03

TA-FD 04

TA-FD 05

TA-FD 06

Dimensions

20 x 12,5 cm

Dimensions

20 x 12,5 cm

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Dimensions

20 x 12,5 cm


T R A Y S

TR-FD 88

TR-FD 89

TR-FD 90

TR-FD 91

TR-FD 92

TR-FD 93

30 x 22 cm

30 x 22 cm

30 x 22 cm

30 x 22 cm

30 x 22 cm

30 x 22 cm

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T A B L E W A R E

TR-FD 94

TR-FD 95

TR-FD 96

TR-FD 97

TR-FD 98

TR-FD 99

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

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H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S 3 5


R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

F L O R A L

D E S I G N

RP-FD-01

RP-FD-02

RP-FD-03

RP-FD-04

RP-FD-05

RP-FD-06

RP-FD-07

RP-FD-08

RP-FD-09

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 3 6


P L A T E S

RP-FD-10

RP-FD-11

RP-FD-12

RP-FD-13

RP-FD-14

RP-FD-15

RP-FD-16

RP-FD-17

RP-FD-18

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 3 7


R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

F L O R A L

D E S I G N

RP-FD-19

RP-FD-20

RP-FD-21

RP-FD-22

RP-FD-23

RP-FD-24

RP-FD-25

RP-FD-26

RP-FD-27

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 3 8


P L A T E S

RP-FD-28

RP-FD-29

RP-FD-30

RP-FD-31

RP-FD-32

RP-FD-33

RP-FD-34

RP-FD-35

RP-FD-36

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 3 9


R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

F L O R A L

D E S I G N

RP-FD-37

RP-FD-38

RP-FD-39

RP-FD-40

RP-FD-41

RP-FD-42

RP-FD-43

RP-FD-44

RP-FD-45

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 4 0


P L A T E S

RP-FD-46

RP-FD-47

RP-FD-48

RP-FD-49

RP-FD-50

RP-FD-51

RP-FD-52

RP-FD-53

RP-FD-54

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 4 1


R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

F L O R A L

D E S I G N

RP-FD-55

RP-FD-56

RP-FD-57

RP-FD-58

RP-FD-59

RP-FD-60

RP-FD-61

RP-FD-62

RP-FD-63

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 4 2


P L A T E S

RP-FD-64

RP-FD-65

RP-FD-66

RP-FD-67

RP-FD-68

RP-FD-69

RP-FD-70

RP-FD-71

RP-FD-72

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 4 3


R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

F L O R A L

RP-FD-73

RP-FD-74

RP-FD-76

RP-FD-77

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

D E S I G N

P L A T E S

RP-FD-75

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

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4 5


R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

G A L L E O N

D E S I G N

RP-GD 01

RP-GD 02

RP-GD 03

RP-GD 04

RP-GD 05

RP-GD 06

RP-GD 07

RP-GD 08

RP-GD 09

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 4 6


P L A T E S

RP-GD 10

RP-GD 11

Ø 25 / 33 cm

R O U N D

Ø 25 / 33 cm

P L A T E S

/

Ç I N T E M A N I

RP-CD 01

RP-CD 02

RP-CD 04

RP-CD 05

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

D E S I G N

RP-CD 03

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

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R O U N D

P L A T E S

/

V A R I O U S

D E S I G N

RP-VD 01

RP-VD 02

RP-VD 03

RP-VD 04

RP-VD 05

RP-VD 06

RP-VD 07

RP-VD 08

RP-VD 09

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm 1 8 4 3


P L A T E S

RP-VD 10 Ø 25 / 33 cm

RP-VD 11

RP-VD 12

Ø 25 / 33 cm

Ø 25 / 33 cm

R O U N D P L A T E S E X T R A L A R G E

RP-VD 13 Ø 25 / 33 cm

RP-XL 01 Ø 60 cm

RP-XL 02 Ø 60 cm

RP-XL 03 Ø 60 cm 4 9

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S Q U A R E

P L A T E S

/

1 2

C M

SP-S 01

SP-S 02

SP-S 03

SP-S 04

SP-S 05

SP-S 06

SP-S 07

SP-S 08

SP-S 09

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm 5 0


P L A T E S

SP-S 10

SP-S 11

SP-S 12

SP-S 13

SP-S 14

SP-S 15

SP-S 16

SP-S 17

SP-S 18

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 cm 5 1


S Q U A R E

P L A T E S

/

2 4

C M

-

2 9

C M

-

SP-L 19

SP-L 20

SP-L 21

SP-L 22

SP-L 23

SP-L 24

SP-L 25

SP-L 26

SP-L 27

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm 5 2

3 4

C M


P L A T E S

SP-L 28

SP-L 29

SP-L 30

SP-L 31

SP-L 32

SP-L 33

SP-L 34

SP-L 35

SP-L 36

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm 5 3


S Q U A R E

P L A T E S

/

2 4

C M

-

2 9

C M

-

SP-L 37

SP-L 38

SP-L 39

SP-L 40

SP-L 41

SP-L 42

SP-L 43

SP-L 44

SP-L 45

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm

24 / 29 cm 5 4

3 4

C M


R E C T A N G U L A R

P L A T E S

S H A P E S

RSP-FD 01

RSP-FD 02

Dimensions

Dimensions

RSP-FD 03 Dimensions

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D I S H E S

IZD-01

IZD-02

IZD-03

IZD-04

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

5 6


H O M E

A C C E S S O R I E S

IZD-05

IZD-06

IZD-07

IZD-08

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

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H O M E

D I S H E S

A C C E S S O R I E S

IZD-09

Dimensions

L A R G E

LBS43-01 ø 43 x 28 cm

B O W L S

W I T H

S T A N D

-

LBS43-02 ø 43 x 28 cm

5 8

Ø 4 3

c m


B O W L S / L A R G E B O W L S W I T H S T A N D - Ø 4 3 c m

LBS43-03 ø 43 x 28 cm

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

LBS43-04 ø 43 x 28 cm

LBS43-05 ø 43 x 28 cm

5 9


M E D I U M B O W L S W I T H S T A N D - Ø 3 0

c m

LBS43-06

LBS43-07

ø 43 x 28 cm

M E D I U M

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

ø 43 x 28 cm

B O W L S

MB16-01

MB16-02

MB16-03

MB16-04

MB16-05

MB16-06

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

6 0


M E D I U M

B O W L S

-

1 6

c m

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

MB16-07

MB16-08

MB16-09

MB16-10

MB16-11

MB16-12

MB16-13

MB16-14

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

MB16-15

Ø 16 cm

Ø 16 cm

MB16-16 Ø 16 cm

6 1


B O W L S

/

M E D I U M

B O W L S

W I T H

S T A N D

MBS-FD 01

MBS-FD 02

MBS-FD 03

MBS-FD 04

MBS-FD 05

MBS-FD 06

MBS-GH 07

MBS-FD 08

MBS-BD 09

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

6 2

Dimensions

Dimensions

11,5 x 4,5 cm


H O M E

MBS-SD 10

MBS-RG 11

MBS-RG 13

MBS-RG 14

11,5 x 4,5 cm

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

6 3

A C C E S S O R I E S

MBS-RG 12 Dimensions


B O W L S

/

S M A L L

B O W L S

SBR-FD 01

SBR-FD 02

SBR-FD 04

SBR-HD 05

Ø 9 x 4 cm

Ø 9 x 4 cm

Ø 9 x 4 cm

SBR-FD 06 Ø 8 x 3 cm

SBR-FD 03 Ø 9 x 4 cm

Ø 9 x 4 cm

SBR-FD 07 Ø 8 x 3 cm

SBR-FD 08 Ø 8 x 3 cm 6 4

SBR-FD 09 Ø 8 x 3 cm


H O M E

A C C E S S O R I E S

SBR-FD 10

SBR-FD 11

SBR-FD 12

SBR-FD 13

SBR-GD 14

SBR-GD 15

SBR-GD 16

SBR-GD 17

Ø 8 x 3 cm

Ø 8 x 3 cm

Ø 8 x 3 cm

Ø 8 x 3 cm

Ø 8 x 3 cm

Ø 8 x 3 cm

SBR-GD 18 Ø 8 x 3 cm

6 5

Ø 8 x 3 cm

Ø 8 x 3 cm


6 6


S M A L L

SQB-01 Dimensions

SQB-04 Dimensions

S Q U A R E

B O W L S

SQB-02 Dimensions

SQB-05

12 x 12 x 5 cm

OSB-01 Dimensions

6 7

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

SQB-03 Dimensions


L A R G E V A S E S L O N G N E C K

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

/

LVN-35-01

LVN-35-02

LVN-35-03

LVN-35-04

LVN-35-05

LVN-35-06

34,5 x 18 cm

34,5 x 18 cm

34,5 x 18 cm

34,5 x 18 cm

34,5 x 18 cm

34,5 x 18 cm 6 8


L A R G E V A S E S 3 H A N D L E S

LV3H-01

31 cm x XX cm

LV3H-04

31 cm x XX cm

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

/

LV3H-02

LV3H-03

31 cm x XX cm

31 cm x XX cm

LV3H-05

29 cm x 18 cm 6 9


L A R G E V A S E S 2 H A N D L E S

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

/

LV2H-01

LV2H-01

LV2H-01

LV2H-01

LV2H-01

LV2H-01

33 cm x 21,5 cm

33 cm x 21,5 cm

33 cm x 21,5 cm

33 cm x 21,5 cm

33 cm x 21,5 cm

33 cm x 21,5 cm 7 0


7 1


L A R G E V A S E S N O H A N D L E S

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

/

LV0H-12 31 x XX cm

J U G S

JU-FD-01

28 cm x 15 cm

JU-FD-02

JU-CD-03

28 cm x 15 cm

28 cm x 15 cm 7 2


H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

J U G S

JU-RD-04

JU-GD-05

28 cm x 15 cm

S M A L L

SV-FD-01 15 x 8 cm

21,5 x 15 cm

V A S E S

SV-FD-02 15 x 8 cm

7 3

SV-FD-03 15 x 8 cm


S M A L L

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

V A S E S

SV-FD-04

SV-FD-05

SV-FD-06

SV-FD-07

SV-FD-08

SV-FD-09

SV-FD-10

SV-FD-11

SV-FD-12

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm

7 4

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm

15 x 8 cm


S M A L L

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

V A S E S

SV-FD-13 15 x 8 cm

S M A L L

SV-R-01

14 x 12,5 cm

V A S E S

/

R O U N D

SV-R-02

14 x 12,5 cm 7 5

SV-R-03

14 x 12,5 cm


I N C E N S E

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

H O L D E R S

IHB-01

IHB-02

IHB-04

IHB-05

15 x 7 cm

15 x 7 cm

IHB-03

15 x 7 cm

15 x 7 cm

15 x 7 cm

7 6


G I F T

H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

B O X E S

GB-B 01

GB-B 01

GB-B 01

GB-V 04

GB-V 05

GBS-V 06

15 x 15 x 10 cm

15 x 15 x 10 cm

Dimensions

15 x 15 x 10 cm

Dimensions

Dimensions 7 7


H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

S T A T I O N E R Y

PH-FD 01

PH-FD 02

PH-FD 03

PH-FD 04

PH-FD 05

PH-FD 06

PH-FD 07

PH-FD 08

13 x 5,5 cm

13 x 5,5 cm

13 x 5,5 cm

13 x 5,5 cm

13 x 5,5 cm

13 x 5,5 cm

PH-FD 09 13 x 5,5 cm

7 8

13 x 5,5 cm

13 x 5,5 cm


H O M E A C C E S S O R I E S

S T A T I O N E R Y

PH-FD 10

PH-FD 11

Dimensions

Dimensions

P A P E R W E I G H T S

PWB-01

10 x 7,5 x 2 cm

PWT-02

PWR-03

10 x 7,5 x 2 cm

10 x 7,5 x 2 cm

PWY-05

10 x 7,5 x 2 cm

7 9

PWP-04

10 x 7,5 x 2 cm


8 0


T A B L E W A R E

C O A S T E R S

TC-FD-01

TC-FD-02

TC-CD-03

TC-CD-04

TCS-CD-05

TCS-CD-06

Ø 11.5 cm

Ø 11.5 cm

Ø 14.5 cm

Ø 14.5 cm

8 1

Ø 11.5 cm

Ø 14.5 cm


8 2


C O L L A B O R A T I O N S 8 3


E L I F

U R A S

D E S I G N

EUD-01

EUD-01

EUD-02

EUD-03

EUD-03

EUD-04

58,5 x 28,5 cm

67 x 28,5 cm

58,5 x 28,5 cm

85 x 28,5 cm

67 x 28,5 cm

Dimensions

8 4


C O L L A B O R A T I O N S

EUD-05 Dimensions

EUD-06 Dimensions

EUD-08 Dimensions

8 5

EUD-07 Dimensions


J O H A N

T A H O N

D E S I G N

JTD-01

35 x 18 cm

JTD-02

45 x 30 cm

8 6


C O L L A B O R A T I O N S

JTD-03

45 x 30 cm

JTD-04

45 x 30 cm

JTD-05

15,5 x 10 cm

8 7


J O H A N

T A H O N

D E S I G N

JTD-06

JTD-07

JTD-08

JTD-09

21,5 x 9,5 cm

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

8 8


C O L L A B O R A T I O N S

JTD-10

JTD-11

JTD-12

JTD-13

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

8 9


E Y E R W E A R b y R V S D E S I G N

C O L L A B O R A T I O N S

RVS-01

RVS-02

RVS-03

RVS-04

RVS-05

RVS-06

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions

RVS-07

Dimensions

9 0


9 1


M A T E R I A L S

BLUMF-01 All tile sizes

SMF-03 12 cm tile

A N D

S I Z E S B L U E

F R A M E S

S I L V E R

F R A M E S

BLUMF-02 All tile sizes

SMF-04

WOBF-05

All tile sizes

All tile sizes

B R O W N

BRLF-06 23,5 cm tile

BRWF-07

BRWF-08

12 to 29 cm tiles

12 to 29 cm tiles

9 2

F R A M E S


F R A M E S B L A C K

BRWF-09

DBLF-10

DBLF-11

BLKF-12

BLKMF-13

BLF-14

12 to 29 cm tiles

23,5 cm tile

23,5 cm tile

23,5 cm tile

All sizes

Ø 14,5 cm

C O P P E R

CRF-15 Ø 14,5 cm

F R A M E S

CRF-16 Ø 14,5 cm

9 3

F R A M E S


M A T E R I A L S

A N D

F R A M E S

S I Z E S

G R E E N

GLF-17 All tile sizes

BULF-20 All tile sizes

WLF-22 All tile sizes

HEXF-18

F R A M E S

HEXF-19

All tile sizes

All tile sizes

R E D

F R A M E S

W H I T E

F R A M E S

RLF-21

All tile sizes

WLF-23

WWF-24

All tile sizes

All tile sizes

9 4


9 5


Iznik Tiles and Ceramics BV Keizersgracht 94A 1015 CV Amsterdam www.iznik.nl info@iznik.nl Mr. Mehmet Akbaygil – Director mehmet.akbaygil@iznik.nl (+31) (0)6 2524 7589 Mr. Floris Meijer – Business Development Manager floris.meijer@iznik.nl (+31) (0)6 1914 4704 Iznik Foundation Istanbul Cengiz Topel Cad. Tuğcular Sok. No:1/A 34337 Etiler / İstanbul Turkey info@iznik.com (+90) 212 287 3243 Images courtesy of Iznik Foundation Istanbul Concept and Layout: HAM Design, Netherlands

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