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VASO EN CERAMICA PINTADA,HALLADO EN FARS.MUSEO N. DE IRAN

VASO EN CERAMICA PINTADA,HALLADO EN FARS.MUSEO N. DE IRAN

Two-handled vessel in the shape of a water skin, approx. 1200-800 BCE. Northern Iran; probably Amlash. Earthenware.

Two-handled earthenware vessel in the shape of a water skin - Northern Iran, probably Amlash - BCE

Athenian rhyton (ancient Greek drinking horn, made of pottery or metal, having a base in the form of the head of a woman or animal) | Museo di Archeologia Ligure, Genoa, Italy

Athenian rhyton (ancient Greek drinking horn, made of pottery or metal, having a base in the form of the head of a woman or animal)

Sultanabad Bowl with Four Phoenixes Iran, 14th century Ceramic; Fritware, green-gray slip, underglaze-painted

Bowl with Four Phoenixes Iran, Sultanabad Bowl with Four Phoenixes, century Ceramic;

AN INTACT KASHAN POTTERY ALBARELLO   CENTRAL IRAN, 12TH CENTURY   Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot

An intact Kashan pottery Albarello Central Iran, Century. (Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot)

Tankard   Iran, 12th or 13th century Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, underglaze painted, 7 1/8 x 5 in. (18.10 x 12.70 cm) The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, gift of Joan Palevsky (M.73.5.270) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Tankard Iran / century ceramic vessel fritware underglaze painted 7 x 5 in x cm) Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection gift of Joan Palevsky

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:

A decorated beaker from the prehistoric site at Susa, Western Iran. Made about 4000 BC. The walls are extremely thin and painted designs delicate and refined. There can be little doubt that the complex patterns have an ancient prehistoric symbolism, but it's full meaning is lost to us today. [Obviously the geometric patterns of the Firmament]

Graphics-Prehistoric Origins - Ceramic History Tutorials for Potters and Clay Artists

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