Antique Islamic Ceramic Bowl, Persia-Kashan,12c
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SOLD A Persian ceramic turquoise glazed bowl on the high footring, Kashan Iran, 12th century AD. Details: the interior carved with a wide band of diagonal slashes between pairs of incised concentric rings, all covered with turquoise glaze except for the lower part of the body and the foot.
CONDITION: repaired clean breaks, small areas of restoration, beautiful age patina.
MEASUREMENTS: Diameter: 6 ¾ in (17.3 cm). Height: 3 ¼ in (8.3 cm).
1) Oriental Ceramics, The Worlds Great Collections in Iran Bastan Museum, Teheran.
2) Ceramics from Islamic Lands , the Al-Sabah Collection in Kuwait National Museum.
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- 12th century
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