During the period from the foundation of the Ottoman state to its demolition, the art of ceramics, which is known to be produced continuously, owes its existence to the existence of three important centers. Among these centers, Iznik, Kütahya and Çanakkale continued the art of ceramics without any interval and left many rare works on a daily basis. Ceramics in the Ottoman state consists of producing works of quality that will meet the needs of the day. Among the forms that are produced, perhaps one of the most needed forms is the bottle, which is the subject of even the miniatures of that day. Firstly, the bottles seen among the İznik ceramics have continued to be seen among the Kütahya and Çanakkale ceramics by embracing different appearances and maintaining their development by adding different features.The aim of the study was to determine the locations of bottles produced in Iznik, Kütahya and Çanakkale, which are known as the three important ceramics centers of the Ottoman State during the period. Bottle shapes produced in the designated centers were generally given the development process in Ottoman ceramics and different forms were introduced and grouped.
Keywords: Ottoman Ceramics, İznik, Kütahya, Çanakkale, Bottle