Lajvardina ware bowl Iran 1200-1400 CE

*fans self* Lajvardina ware bowl Iran CE

Seljuk Horsemen on a Decorated Jug, Mina'i Ware, Iran, 12th to 13th Centuries

Seljuk Horsemen on a Decorated Jug, Mina'i Ware, Iran, to Centuries

A Saljuq Mināʾi bowl showing Bahrām Gur and Āzāde the Harpist, late 12th-early 13th centuries.

A Saljuq Mināʾi bowl showing Bahrām Gur and Āzāde the Harpist, late centuries.

.Türk Selçuklu Ceramics 12-13.yy

.Türk Selçuklu Ceramics 12-13.yy

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Glass Artwork, Islamic Art, Turkish Tiles, Ceramic Pottery, Earthenware, Pottery, Clay, Ceramics, Porcelain

Iran. Late 12th century CE from the Louvre, Paris

Turkish Seljuk wall tile from Iran. Late century CE from the Louvre, Paris

Bowl, Minai'i ("enameled") ware. Date: late 12th–early 13th century. Culture: Iranian. Medium: Minai'i ware. Fritware, stain-and overglaze-painted, and gilded.

Fritware, stain-and overglaze-painted, and gilded.

Mina'i or enameled pottery was the high point of Seljuk pottery. With Mina'i pottery they apply the pigments and gold in layers which requires multiple kiln firings. This allows a level of detail that harkens to wall and miniature painting. Combined with a moderate production cost Mina'i became available to a broader range of the Persian culture and not just the ruling elite.

A Kashan Minai Bowl with Turquoise Glaze Early Lot 92 Apr 06

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: Beware, O friend, things have gotten out of hand. In knowing our days have been lost. I had silver and gold, patience and sobriety. In the grief infected by you, all for have been lost. Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Harvard University, C...

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.

A MINA'I POTTERY CONICAL BOWL CENTRAL IRAN, CIRCA 1200

A MINA'I POTTERY CONICAL BOWL CENTRAL IRAN, CIRCA 1200

Seljuk Bowl with Turkish Couple, c. 1200AD

Anatolian Turkish Seljuk Ceramics - - centuries Seljuk Bowl with Turkish Couple, c.

Abu Zayd Kashani کاسه سفالی، کاشان، رقم اَبوزِيدِ كاشاني، سنه 582 هجری قمری Bowl Abu Zayd Date: dated A.H. 582/ A.D. 1186 Geography: Iran Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted on an opaque monochrome glaze (mina'i) Dimensions: H. 3 3/16 in. (8.1 cm) Diam. of rim: 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm)

Bowl Maker: Abu Zayd al-Kashani dated A. polychrome inglaze and overglaze painted on opaque monochrome glaze (mina'i)

Hermitage Islamic Pottery

Hermitage Islamic Pottery

Ewer Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; molded decoration; overglaze painted and gilded on a monochrome opaque glaze (mina'i) Dimensions: H. 11 1/8 in. (28.3 cm) Max. Diam. 6 1/4 in. (15.9 cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: The Grinnell Collection, Bequest of William Milne Grinnell, 1920 Accession Number: 20.120.102

Ewer Date: century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; overglaze painted and gilded on a monochrome opaque glaze (mina'i)

Bowl Iran, Kashan Bowl, 1187/Muharram, 538A.H. Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, underglaze-painted and overglaze-enameled (mina’i)

Minai ware bowl, Kashan, Iran, dated x cm) Gift of Mr. Allan C. Balch Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Persia, Kashan (?), Late 12th or early 13th century , Fritware, painted over and underglaze H. 8 cm; Diam. 18 cm Inv.° 935

), Late or early century Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation - Rights reserved

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