Kütahya. Kutahya is a small province in the midst of hill country in Turkey, clustering about the walls of an impressive hilltop fortress.It is the hometown of the world famous Yagcibedir Carpets, and Kutahya tiles which you can see everywhere in the country.
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Armenian plate (Kutahya) dated from 18th century. Soldier holding a charger with John the Baptist’s head in front of Salome, daughter of Herod the Great. Armenian pottery flourished in Kutahya (a city in western Asia Minor) with the first dated … Continue reading →
Alibaba.com offers 343 kutahya ceramic products. About 9% of these are Pottery & Enamel, 20% are Arts & Crafts Stocks, and 2% are Clay Crafts. A wide variety of kutahya ceramic options are available to you, such as technique, use, and product type.