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Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Earthenware, glazed Accession Number:

کاسه سفالی بزرگ نیشاپور، قرن 10 میلادی A LARGE NISHAPUR FIGURAL POTTERY BOWL NORTH-EAST IRAN, 10TH CENTURY Of rounded form on short foot, with slightly sloping rim, the black and yellow decoration over cream ground, the centre with a large stylized bird in foliage, the cavetto with a band of circular medallions, each with a bird, the rim with a band of kufic script repeating the word baraka (benediction), restored, areas of repainting 31.4cm diam.

کاسه سفالی بزرگ نیشاپور، قرن 10 میلادی A LARGE NISHAPUR FIGURAL POTTERY BOWL NORTH-EAST IRAN, 10TH CENTURY Of rounded form on short foot, with slightly sloping rim, the black and yellow decoration over cream ground, the centre with a large stylized bird in foliage, the cavetto with a band of circular medallions, each with a bird, the rim with a band of kufic script repeating the word baraka (benediction), restored, areas of repainting 31.4cm diam.

Deep bowl, earthenware painted with slip under transparent glaze.  Iran, 10th-11th century. Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Deep bowl, earthenware painted with slip under transparent glaze. Iran, century Available Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Horseman on Seljuk Bowl from Rayy, 12th to 13th centuries

Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran, Rayy Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome inglaze and overglaze painted and gilded on opaque white glaze (mina'i).

AN ABBASID LUSTRE POTTERY BOWL DEPICTING A JACKAL OR CANINE, IRAQ, 10TH CENTURY    the earthenware body with slightly everted rim, painted in golden lustre on an opacified tin glaze with a canine figure probably a jackal with raised fore leg on a dotted ground with a single-line inscription in foliated Kufic, stylised peacock eyes to the reverse  13cm. diam.

AN ABBASID LUSTRE POTTERY BOWL DEPICTING A JACKAL OR CANINE, IRAQ, 10TH CENTURY the earthenware body with slightly everted rim, painted in golden lustre on an opacified tin glaze with a canine figure probably a jackal with raised fore leg on a dotted ground with a single-line inscription in foliated Kufic, stylised peacock eyes to the reverse 13cm. diam.

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