A DERVISH HOLDING A DRAGON-FORM KASHKUL,   SIGNED BY REZA-I 'ABBASI,   PERSIA, SAFAVID, ISFAHAN, 17TH CENTURY  Ink and pencil heightened with gold on paper, some use of colour, the bearded dervish facing left holding a kashkul with dragon head terminus, signed lower left; drawing laid down on a large purple album page ruled in red and gold   12.5 x 6.1 cm.

A DERVISH HOLDING A DRAGON-FORM KASHKUL, SIGNED BY REZA-I 'ABBASI, PERSIA, SAFAVID, ISFAHAN, 17TH CENTURY Ink and pencil heightened with gold on paper, some use of colour, the bearded dervish facing left holding a kashkul with dragon head terminus, signed lower left; drawing laid down on a large purple album page ruled in red and gold 12.5 x 6.1 cm.

Antique_ Qajar:  boat- shaped KASHKUL (or dervish´s begging bowl?)

Antique_ Qajar: boat- shaped KASHKUL (or dervish´s begging bowl?)

Persian Kashkul http://www.textileasart.com/inventory/544.jpg

Persian Kashkul http://www.textileasart.com/inventory/544.jpg

ANTIQUE SUFI DERVISH KASHKUL BEGGING BOWL COPPER 1780 PERSIAN N Indian ISLAMIC

ANTIQUE SUFI DERVISH KASHKUL BEGGING BOWL COPPER 1780 PERSIAN N Indian ISLAMIC

Rare Islamic brass bowl silver inlaid with Arabic calligraphy

Rare Islamic brass bowl silver inlaid with Arabic calligraphy

AN UNGLAZED MOULDED POTTERY KASHKUL PROBABLY NISHAPUR, NORTH EAST IRAN, 12TH CENTURY

AN UNGLAZED MOULDED POTTERY KASHKUL PROBABLY NISHAPUR, NORTH EAST IRAN, 12TH CENTURY

beggar's bowl | 46: Persian Kashkul Beggar's Bowl c. 1900 w/ Inlays : Lot 46

beggar's bowl | 46: Persian Kashkul Beggar's Bowl c. 1900 w/ Inlays : Lot 46

Kashkul’, or ‘Beggar’s Bowl’, with ‘Portrait of Dervishes’ and a ‘Mounted Falconer’, 1880 (A.H. 1280). Coco de mer shell and chain, Brooklyn Museum, Henry L. Batterman Fund, 47.203.5

Kashkul’, or ‘Beggar’s Bowl’, with ‘Portrait of Dervishes’ and a ‘Mounted Falconer’, 1880 (A.H. 1280). Coco de mer shell and chain, Brooklyn Museum, Henry L. Batterman Fund, 47.203.5

The kashkul (alms bowl) Bahá’u’lláh used as He traveled through the mountains of Sulaymaniyyih as a dervish from 1854 to 1856. (Ted Cardell, 1952)

The kashkul (alms bowl) Bahá’u’lláh used as He traveled through the mountains of Sulaymaniyyih as a dervish from 1854 to 1856. (Ted Cardell, 1952)

Vintage Persian Hand Hammered Brass Kashkul or Beggars Bowl Dervish | eBay Available for purchase from Eastern Shore Antiques. 1410 US Hwy 98 Suite A  Daphne, Al. 36526

Vintage Persian hand hammered brass kashkul or beggars bowl Dervish

Vintage Persian Hand Hammered Brass Kashkul or Beggars Bowl Dervish | eBay Available for purchase from Eastern Shore Antiques. 1410 US Hwy 98 Suite A Daphne, Al. 36526

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