Nishapur

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A TURQUOISE-GLAZED KUBACHI DISH, PERSIA, 16TH/17TH CENTURY

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 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

A Nishapur or Samarqand bichrome calligraphic bowl, Eastern Persia or Transoxiana, 10th Century - Sothebys

Bird ceramic Plate

Bird ceramic Plate

Plate from 10th century Samanid period. Earthenware painted under glaze with Kufic script. Iran or Afghanistan.

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

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.

Nishapur ware : Plate, slip-painted ware, red body, overall white clay slip, slip-painted with manganese black and iron-rich red, probably clear overglaze.

A NISHAPUR CALLIGRAPHIC POTTERY BOWL, CENTRAL ASIA, CIRCA 10TH CENTURY

A NISHAPUR CALLIGRAPHIC POTTERY BOWL, CENTRAL ASIA, CIRCA 10TH CENTURY

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...

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

10th C. Bowl with Arabic Inscription Central Asia, excavated in Samarkand, The State Hermitage Museum

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