A TURQUOISE-GLAZED KUBACHI DISH, PERSIA, 16TH/17TH CENTURY
A Nishapur slip-painted pottery Bowl Persia, 10th Century of conical form on a short foot, decorated in manganese on a cream ground with a band of kufic inscription and a further line of inscription in the well
A Nishapur or Samarqand bichrome calligraphic bowl, Eastern Persia or Transoxiana, 10th Century - Sothebys
Bird ceramic Plate
Plate from 10th century Samanid period. Earthenware painted under glaze with Kufic script. Iran or Afghanistan.
A Nishapur or Samarqand Calligraphic Pottery Bowl, Eastern Persia or Transoxiana, 10th century - Sotheby's
Nishapur ware : Plate, slip-painted ware, red body, overall white clay slip, slip-painted with manganese black and iron-rich red, probably clear overglaze.
Slip Painted Calligraphic Bowl - ADC.101 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 10 th Century AD to 11 th Century AD Dimensions: 4.37" (11.1cm) high...
10th C. Bowl with Arabic Inscription Central Asia, excavated in Samarkand, The State Hermitage Museum
A NISHAPUR CALLIGRAPHIC POTTERY BOWL, CENTRAL ASIA, CIRCA 10TH CENTURY