In this closeup image, the Iznik Turkish tiles showcase exquisite and intricate detailing. The tiles are primarily adorned with a captivating combination of red and blue geometric flowers set against a backdrop of glazed white tiles. These flowers are meticulously designed, with precise geometric patterns that create a mesmerizing visual effect. The turquoise leaves and stems that intertwine with the flowers add a delightful contrast and a sense of vibrancy to the overall composition. The use of turquoise, a color often associated with Turkish ceramics, enhances the tiles' beauty and richness. These tiles are a testament to the artistry and skill of the Iznik ceramic tradition, known for its historical significance and cultural importance in Turkish art. The patterns and colors come together to create a harmonious and visually stunning decoration, which is a hallmark of the Topkapi Royal Palace's interior decor.Image ID#: 32815 / Category: Arts, Backgrounds / Price: 499$
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