Iznik

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Iznik

(ɪzˈnɪk)
n
(Placename) the modern Turkish name of Nicaea
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Five William de Morgan pottery and stoneware tiles (above) which illustrate the Abbey period 1882-1888), Persian style bordered tile with flowerheads (Sands End Pottery 1888-1897), and green stylised Isnik style (late Fulham period 1898-1907).
Harlequin's Isnik collection has Moorish-inspired patterns, ideal for a smart contemporary room," she adds.
The Nicene Creed, for example, was hammered out in the Turkish city of Nicea, now known as Isnik, and was basically a resolution imposed by Constantine the Great on the bitter theological factions originating in Alexandria, Egypt.