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Bowl eastern Iran or Central Asia 10th or 11th century AD earthenware, painted in white, purplish-black and yellowish-ochre slips under a transparent glaze 10 x 31.3cm

Bowl eastern Iran or Central Asia or century AD earthenware, painted in white, purplish-black and yellowish-ochre slips under a transparent glaze 10 x

Bowl    Date:      12th–13th century  Geography:      Iran, Rayy  Medium:      Stonepaste; luster-painted on opaque white glaze with monochrome decoration under transparent glaze  Dimensions:      H. 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm) Diam. 5 7/8 in. (14.9 cm)   Classification:      Ceramics

Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran, Rayy Medium: Stonepaste; luster-painted on opaque white glaze with monochrome decoration under transparent glaze Dimensions: H.

Dish      Place of origin:      Iznik, Turkey (probably, made)     Date:      ca. 1550-1555 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown ...

Dish

Dish Location: London, England, United Kingdom Holding Museum: Victoria and Albert Museum Date of Object: About hegira / AD Diameter cm Period / Dynasty Ottoman Provenance: Iznik, Turkey.

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12-13 c.  "minai" ware bowl. I like the combination of typical Seljuk turquoise gauze with cobalt blue

Iranian art, Persian bowl in turquoise-glazed pottery, Centuries

Coupe au prince assis  13e siècle  Iran Céramique, décor peint sous glaçure

Coupe au prince assis 13e siècle Iran Céramique, décor peint sous glaçure

Samarkand slipware, imitation of Iraqi Lusterware. 10th Century. The David Collection - Ceramics

Earthenware bowl, covered with a brown slip and painted in a white slip under a transparent glaze that is now decomposed Eastern Iran, Nishapur or Samarkand; century H: Diam: cm

Bowl with Horsemen, Harpies, and Seated Figures, late 12th - early 13th century, Seljuk-Atabeg period, Kashan, Iran - Sackler Museum

Bowl with Horsemen, Harpies, and Seated Figures, late 12th - early 13th century, Seljuk-Atabeg period, Kashan, Iran - Sackler Museum

Dish with split-leaf palmette design | Iznik, Turkey, ca. 1625-1650 | Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

The split‑leaf palmette motifs found on this dish became a pervasive design element within the imperial Ottoman workshop.

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