Antique Islamic Mameluke Ceramic Jar, 13th Century
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Antique Medieval Islamic Mameluke monochrome brown glazed ceramic jar with spherical body, short tapering neck resting on low foot-ring all covered by brown glaze with beautiful old iridescent patina except for the lower part of the body and the foot. Syria- Raqqua, 13th century AD (7 century A.H.).
CONDITION: no cracks, no repairs, nice age patina.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 11.5cm (4 1/2 in). Diameter: 9cm (3 3/4 in).
REFERENCES: 1) Ceramics from Islamic Lands. (In association with The al-Sabah Collection Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait National Museum) by Oliver Watson.
2) ORIENTAL CERAMICS: THE WORLD'S GREAT COLLECTIONS: Vol. 4, Iran Bastan Museum, Teheran.
3) A Selection from Dr. Abdul Latif Jassim Kanoo's Collection of Islamic Art
4) Islamic Art in the Kuwait National Museum: The Al-Sabahv Collection by Marilyn Jenkins.
5) A Survey of Persian Art from Prehistoric Times to the Present by Arthur Upham Pope.
6)Islamic ceramic by James W.Allan.
7) Art of The Estern World by Géza Fehérvári
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- 13th century
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