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Türk Selçuklu Seramik Tabak.

Seljuk dynasty Mina’i ware ; Bowl with a Rider on Horseback accompanied by a Hound and Two Birds late century Mina'i ware; painted and gilded fritware on an opaque turquoise glaze

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A Sultanabad pottery Bowl Persia, early 14th Century...

A Sultanabad pottery Bowl Persia, early Century of squat inverted pear-shaped form, decorated in underglaze cobalt-blue, turquoise and black outline with a central medallion containing a seated fox, against a reserve of foliage cm.

Medium: Ceramic, mina’i (enameled) or haft rangi (seven colors) ware; in-glaze painted in blue, turquoise, and purple on an opaque white glaze, overglaze painted in red and black, with leaf gilding Place Made: Iran Dates: late 12th-early 13th century Dynasty: Seljuq

Mina'i Bowl with Majlis in a Garden Iran, late century Stonepaste; glazed in opaque white, in-glaze- and overglaze-painted H. cm) Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Ernest Erickson Foundation, Inc.

A Nishapur or Samarqand bichrome calligraphic bowl, Eastern Persia or Transoxiana, 10th Century - Sothebys

A Nishapur or Samarqand bichrome calligraphic bowl, Eastern Persia or Transoxiana, Century - Sothebys

A rare dated Kashan Lustre Bowl with a personification of Mars, Persia, Jumādī II 660 AH/ April-May 1262 AD,

A rare Kashan Lustre Bowl in the Monumental Style, Persia, Late century - Sothebys

A Kashan Lustre Bowl with a recumbent camel and camel-driver, Persia, Circa 1260 - Sothebys

A Kashan Lustre Bowl with a recumbent camel and camel-driver, Persia, Circa 1260 - Sothebys

C12th #SuperBowl from Iran/Persia that appeals to my Noggin the Nog and Mr Benn sensibilities. #art By: Matthew Ward ‏@HistoryNeedsYou on Twitter. IranologySociety.

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A mina'i footed dish featuring an enthroned figure with attendants, Persia, late Century:

tammuz:    Bowl depicting two harpies, winged spirits, from the Seljuq dynasty that ruled Persia, Mesopotamia and parts of Anatolia in the 11th and 12th century CE. The bowl dates back to late 12th - early 13th century CE. With Persian poetry verses on the exterior

Bowl depicting two harpies, winged spirits, from the Seljuq dynasty that ruled Persia, Mesopotamia and parts of Anatolia in the and century CE. The bowl dates back to late - early century CE with Persian poetry verses on the.

Large Bowl Persia (Iran), Nishapur or Samarkand, Uzbekistan) 10th century Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Large Bowl Persia (Iran), Nishapur or Samarkand, Uzbekistan) century Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Bowl (Enthronement Scene). Iran. Seljuq dynasty, late 12th-early 13th century. Ceramic, mina'i or haft rangi (seven-color) ware; frit body, opaque glaze with in-glaze painting, overglaze painting, and leaf gilding,

The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At square feet, the museum is New York City's second largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly million works.

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