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Ilkhanid period tile work From Damghan, Iran, dated 1267 AD, dated in the Persian inscription on the rim. These tiles are now part of collections in various museums around the world. They were looted from Imamzadeh Jafar shrine in Damghan, the shrine itself is now void of any tiles. These tiles are in Louvre Museum.

Ilkhanid period tile work From Damghan, Iran, dated 1267 AD, dated in the Persian inscription on the rim. These tiles are now part of collections in various museums around the world. They were looted from Imamzadeh Jafar shrine in Damghan, the shrine itself is now void of any tiles. These tiles are in Louvre Museum.

Tile in the Seljuk Ceramics Museum in Konya, Turkey © 2005

Tile in the Seljuk Ceramics Museum in Konya, Turkey © 2005

Bowl with Harpies, late 12th-early 13th century Vessel 12th-13th century Seljuk-Atabeg period, AH 492-590 / AD 1038-1220s Creation Place...

Bowl with Harpies, late 12th-early 13th century Vessel 12th-13th century Seljuk-Atabeg period, AH 492-590 / AD 1038-1220s Creation Place...

Selçuklu Kubadabad Sarayý Çinileri

Selçuklu Kubadabad Sarayý Çinileri

Seljuk tile bear figure A . D . 1236 Kubadabad Palace , Konya Karatay Madrasah Museum . stock photo

Seljuk tile bear figure A . D . 1236 Kubadabad Palace , Konya Karatay Madrasah Museum . stock photo

Akşehir-Kileci Mescit Çift Başlı Kartalı

Akşehir-Kileci Mescit Çift Başlı Kartalı

Kubadabad

Kubadabad

Kubadabad Palace tile Konya Karatay Museum

Kubadabad Palace tile Konya Karatay Museum

Female Seljuk Ceramic

Female Seljuk Ceramic

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