Piri Reis Map Iznik Tile Plate

6,000.00 TL
In Stock: 1

Product Features;

  • Completely Handcrafted

  • Same Day Free Delivery With Vip Wooden Box Covered With Velvet

  • Iznik Pottery Art Was Made With The Underglaze Technique

  • Plate Diameter: 30cm (11.811inch)

  • Baked At 800-1000 Degrees

  • Can Be Hung On The Wall

  • There İs A Plastic Stand For The Showcase İn The Box

  • There Is An English And Turkish Explanation Introducing The Pottery In The Box

  • Delivery within 3-4 business days in the United States and Europe. 3-7 days to Other countries

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Pattern Information: Piri Reis Map

The Piri Reis map motif found in İznik tiles represents the geographical discoveries and maritime power of the Ottoman Empire. Piri Reis was a famous sailor, explorer, and cartographer who lived in the Ottoman period. The Piri Reis map motifs in İznik tiles often contain a stylized depiction of Piri Reis' 1513 world map.

The Piri Reis map is one of the oldest and most comprehensive maps known to the world. The map depicts the continents of Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The Piri Reis map shows the Ottoman Empire's knowledge of geography and maritime power.

Piri Reis map motifs are one of the most popular motifs in İznik tiles. These motifs are an important symbol of the Ottoman Empire's geographical discoveries and maritime past.

In general, the Piri Reis map motif in İznik tiles can be considered as symbols that refer to the rich history of Ottoman seafaring and the importance of Piri Reis in the field of cartography.

The Piri Reis map motif carries the following meanings:

  • The geographical discoveries and maritime power of the Ottoman Empire
  • The wealth and power of the Ottoman Empire
  • The dominion and sovereignty of the Ottoman Empire
  • Courage, adventure, and discovery
  • Knowledge and wisdom
  • Power and dominion
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