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Tiled sink bowl.

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Mandala

Mandala shared by ★Patricia Marobin★彡 on We Heart It

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grey Persian Brush Pack 04

Persian Brush-Pack-04

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Tilework in Kerman Jameh Mosque, Iran
Iranian Art

Tilework in Kerman Jameh Mosque, Iran

Wazir Khan mosque, Lahore, Pakistan

Art on walls

Wazir Khan mosque, Lahore, Pakistan

Antique Persian Textile. Silk and Silver Embroidery on Silk Velvet Safavi Dynasty 1501-1722 A.D Circa 1600 Size 27" x 22" Size 69 x 56cm Top Images are Details - Persian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

Persian Textiles

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Persian pattern note the bright color and interesting design

ShiaGraph - Category: islamic Persian Pattern - Image: 29-islamic Persian Pattern

tile stairs

April 2012 – Moroccan Tiles Los Angeles

7 posts published by Badia Design Inc. during April 2012

Golestan Palace, Tehran

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catherinewillis:  iranienne:  Ceinture (hzam), Fes, fin du XVIIIe-debut du XIXe siecle.

Pattern Dreams

catherinewillis: “iranienne: “ Ceinture (hzam), Fes, fin du XVIIIe-debut du XIXe siecle. ” ”