Iranian Islamic art tile from the Ashmolean Collection

Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

Place of origin: Kashan, Iran (made) Iran (made) Date: circa 1305 (made)

Tile

Tile, Kashan, Iran, ca. 1305 “This tile represents a mihrab, the niche in a…

Tile Date: 13th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; luster-painted

Tile Date: century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste;

Moulded fritware ceramic with coloured glaze and lustre decoration over the glaze. Depicts a lion attacking a bull (zebu?). Iran (made) late 13th century - early 14th century (made) Fritware with opaque cobalt-blue glaze and lustre-painted decoration  Dimensions  Height: 11 in, Width: 11.5 in  Descriptive line Lustre tile with a lion attacking a bull, Iran, late thirteenth or early fourteenth century.

Tile

Lustre tile with a lion attacking a bull, Iran, late thirteenth or early fourteenth century.

Three monumental Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tiles, Persia, 12th/13th century

Three monumental Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tiles, Persia, 12th/13th century

A KASHAN CALLIGRAPHIC LUSTRE POTTERY TILE, PERSIA, END OF 13TH CENTURY the cobalt blue thuluth inscription in relief on a lustre ground with foliate scrolls and turquoise details 20 by 40.5cm.

A Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tile, Persia, end of century. the cobalt blue thuluth inscription in.

Tile | Origin: Iran, Kashan | Period:  early 14th century | Collection: The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, gift of Joan Palevsky (M.73.5.143) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, overglaze luster-painted with cobalt blue, 15 x 14 in. (38.10 x 35.56 cm)

Tile, fritware, overglaze luster-painted with cobalt blue, Iran (Kashan), early century

Three monumental Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tiles, Persia, 12th/13th century | Lot | Sotheby's

Three monumental Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tiles, Persia, 12th/13th century | Lot | Sotheby's

Three monumental Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tiles, Persia, 12th/13th century | Lot | Sotheby's

Three monumental Kashan calligraphic lustre pottery tiles, Persia, 12th/13th century | Lot | Sotheby's

3. Tile Tile frieze with the inscription from Sura 2, Ayat 286 of the Koran Iran, Early 14th century Faience; painted with cobalt blue, gold and enamels. 38.5å19.5 cm Source of Entry: State Museum Fund. 1923 Leningrad

Tile Tile frieze with the inscription from Sura Ayat 286 of the Koran Iran, Early century Faience; painted with cobalt blue, gold and enamels. cm Source of Entry: State Museum Fund.

Scholars have proposed that this large three-piece <i>mihrab</i>-shaped panel once adorned the tomb of the Sufi shaikh 'Abd  al-Samad in Natanz.  In addition to its selection of Qur'anic verses, the panel includes an inscription describing itself as the work of Hasan ibn 'Ali ibn Ahmad Babavaih, a known fourteenth-century tilemaker from Kashan

met-islamic-art: “Tile Panel in the form of an Architectural Niche by Hasan ibn `Ali ibn Ahmad Babavaih via Islamic Art Medium: Stonepaste; inglaze painted in blue, luster-painted on opaque white.

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