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Iran Kashan (minai) 13th century– Pergamon Museum of Islamic Art Berlin

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Jar, Mamluk period (1250–1517), 14th century  Syria  Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze

Jar -- Century -- Syria -- Stonepaste w/ polychrome paint under transparent glaze.

A Kashan Cup painted with medallions and inscriptions, Persia, early 13th century

A Kashan Cup painted with medallions and inscriptions, Persia, early

jar (Jar)

jar (Jar)

jar (Jar), ca. 1880 (made). Earthenware jar and cover, Jaipur, about Museum Number

Bottle  Date:     16th century Geography:     Iran Medium:     Stonepaste; painted in blue under a transparent glaze

Bottle Date: century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted in blue under a transparent glaze Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1915 Accession Number:

Iranian water jar  This Ram vase looks very old or at least a copy of an older style. I love the cobalt blue glazing.

Iranian water jar This Ram vase looks very old or at least a copy of an older style. I love the cobalt blue glazing.

Blue_pottery_Jaipur India

The hand-made blue pottery of Jaipur, another icon. Originated in Iran, came to Rajasthan in the early

mihrican, ÇİNİ CİNİ

Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself.

Colorful Middle Eastern Glass Vase at the Corning Museum of Glass

Colorful Middle Eastern Glass Vase at the Corning Museum of Glass

Tankard      Place of origin:      Iran (made)     Date:      1180-1220 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Ma...

Tankard

Tankard Place of origin: Iran (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Ma.

Vase. 'Jacobethan' rose branches between cable bands.Illegible ink inscription on base. Made of grey, turquoise, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. 315mm, 16thC, Iznik, Turkey, Ottoman dynasty

'Jacobethan' rose branches between cable bands.Illegible ink inscription on base. Made of grey, turquoise, cobalt painted and glazed ceramic, pottery. © The Trustees of the British Museum

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