Bowl with lion  17th century  Iran  Fritware, painted underglaze decoration, transparent glaze

Bowl with lion century Iran Fritware, painted underglaze decoration, transparent glaze

Plate With Youth In Landscape Setting.  Date:Early 17th Century.  Place:Northwestern Iran/Iran.

Plate w/ Youth In Landscape Setting -- Early Century -- Iran -- Cincinnati Art Museum

Plate | Origin:  Iran | Period: 17th century  Safavid period | Details:  Not Available | Type: Stone-paste painted under glaze | Size: W: 9.4  cm | Museum Code: S1997.57 | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Stone-paste painted under glaze Freer and Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Safavid plate, Kubachi ware,  1600s, Iran.

Safavid Plate, Iran, Underglaze painted fritware, so-called "Kubachi ware".

Dish decorated with a young woman Iran, Isfahan (?), late 16th century to early 17th century Stonepaste with overslip painted decoration under a transparent glaze H. 6 cm; Diam. 33 cm; Base Diam. 14.5 cm Musée du Louvre, Musée des Arts décoratifs deposit,

Three Empires : Safavid ceramics and tiles

Dish with turban-clad youth Date: 1550-1650 Medium: Fritware with underglaze polychrome decoration Place of Origin: Northwestern Iran, probably Tabriz

Dish with turban-clad youth Date: Medium: Fritware with underglaze polychrome decoration Place of Origin: Northwestern Iran, probably Tabriz

Fritware dish, painted in blue and black and with a red and a green slip under a transparent glaze Iran, Kerman; dated 1084 H = 1673 H: 6; Diam: 36 cm

Fritware dish, painted in blue and black and with a red and a green slip under a transparent glaze Iran, Kerman; dated 1084 H = 1673 H: Diam: 36 cm

Ciotola Mina'i, Iran, Kashan, 1100 - 1200, Fritta con invetriatura bianca opaca e pittura sopra e sotto invetriatura, Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait  National Museum, Kuwait City Kuwait. Copyright ©, The al-Sabah Collection, Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait

Ciotola Mina'i, Iran, Kashan, 1100 - 1200, Fritta con invetriatura bianca opaca e pittura sopra e sotto invetriatura, Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait National Museum, Kuwait City Kuwait. Copyright ©, The al-Sabah Collection, Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait

Narrow-necked Flask Iran later 15th or early 16th century stonepaste ware, painted black under a transparent turquoise glaze 35.5cm (height)

Narrow-necked Flask Iran later or early century stonepaste ware, painted black under a transparent turquoise glaze (height)

Dish with a Portrait of a Man Date: 17th century Geography: Northwestern Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted in blue under transparent glaze (Kubachi ware) Dimensions: H. 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm) D. 13 5/8 in. (34.6 cm)

Dish with a Portrait of a Man Date: century Geography: Northwestern Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted in blue under transparent glaze (Kubachi ware) Dimensions: H.

Grand plat à la rosette, Iran, Koubatcha, XVIIe siècle Céramique siliceuse à décor peint en noir sous glaçure turquoise. Large rosette cernée d’une frise de feuilles digitées, et bordée de larges pétales arqués agrémentés de palmes. D. : 34,5 cm

Grand plat à la rosette, Iran, Koubatcha, XVIIe siècle Céramique siliceuse à décor peint en noir sous glaçure turquoise. Large rosette cernée d’une frise de feuilles digitées, et bordée de larges pétales arqués agrémentés de palmes. D. : 34,5 cm

DISH  POT1649    Safavid dish, painted in cobalt blue and black under a transparent glaze. The Buddhist lion in reserve on a ground of dense foliage and cloud scrolls is characteristic of the Chinese Kraakporselein exported for the European market. The cavetto bears a Persian quatrain incised in black slip advising the owner to be content with the worldly goods he has.    Iran late 17th century AD   6.5 x 33 cm (diameter)

DISH POT1649 Safavid dish, painted in cobalt blue and black under a transparent glaze. The Buddhist lion in reserve on a ground of dense foliage and cloud scrolls is characteristic of the Chinese Kraakporselein exported for the European market. The cavetto bears a Persian quatrain incised in black slip advising the owner to be content with the worldly goods he has. Iran late 17th century AD 6.5 x 33 cm (diameter)

Dish  Iran, Late 16th century	 Faience; painted in cobalt. Diam. 40.5 cm  Source of Entry:   First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum (formerly in the collection of P.V. Charkovsky). 1925 Leningrad

Dish Iran, Late century Fritware painted in cobalt, d. cm The State Hermitag Museum,

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