NAZARLI decorative plates

NAZARLI is a company I set up recentely. NAZARLI offers you stylish, elegant, simple interior decor items designed with respect to Islamic artistic tradition.
So I start with handmade decorative plates. High quality tableware made in England is on its way. Then it is going to be hand printed home textiles and lighting. Really looking forward to it and very excited! Hope you too)))))))

NAZARLI web site is

Сайт NAZARLI на русском


Here are some of NAZARLI plates. For the whole collection – see web-site

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Ottoman wildlife


Came across really funny Ottoman plates made in Iznik. Couldn’t pass by these lovely guys. Will screen-print them on fabrics when I get materials and ink.

Print Print

Dish with Bird, Rabbit and Quadruped Design, late 16th century, Iznik, Metrapolitan Museum of Art Dish, Turkey, Iznik 1580  Ottoman Period (1281 - 1924), © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Carnation motif in mosaics


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Mosaics as a traditional art technique represents the fundamental principle of the universe – unity in diversity. All creatures consist of cells; cells from molecules, molecules from atoms, and the atom is a basic unit of matter. So the principle … Continue reading

Weaving in clay – square tile Zillij


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Tile decoration of mosques always looks like a carpet for me.  Painted with biomorphic design tiles symbolise Paradise. Square tile pieces, usually small, when put toghether form a patterm that remind me of rugs, or kilims.  Being fasinated with the decoration … Continue reading

Zillij – The art of ceramic lace


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In Arabic cut-tile work is called Zillij. This work I made on the 2nd year of my Masters and it is a copy of a zillij panel in the Jame Mosque of Yazd (built in 1330-1365 AD). Zillij is basically … Continue reading