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Lusterware Bowl with Peacock Syrian (Artist) 12th-early 13th century (Medieval) fritware with luster decoration (Ceramics)

Lusterware Bowl with Peacock Syrian (Artist) 12th-early 13th century (Medieval) fritware with luster decoration (Ceramics)

Bowl Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Syria, Raqqa Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted

Bowl Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Syria, Raqqa Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted

: Raqqa bowl decorated with two men on horseback, Syrian, Seljuk period (pottery), Syrian / © Oriental Museum, Durham University, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library

: Raqqa bowl decorated with two men on horseback, Syrian, Seljuk period (pottery), Syrian / © Oriental Museum, Durham University, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library

A RAQQA TURQUOISE AND BLACK POTTERY BOWL, SYRIA, FIRST HALF OF 13TH CENTURY of truncated conical form on a high foot, decorated under the glaze with a band of diagonal stripes

A RAQQA TURQUOISE AND BLACK POTTERY BOWL, SYRIA, FIRST HALF OF 13TH CENTURY of truncated conical form on a high foot, decorated under the glaze with a band of diagonal stripes

table syria 12s

table syria 12s

Albarello from Syria, late 12th early 13th. C. From LACMA collections.

Albarello from Syria, late 12th early 13th. C. From LACMA collections.

Fritware table, molded and covered with an opaque, turquoise glaze

Fritware table, molded and covered with an opaque, turquoise glaze

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Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Bowl

Bowl


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Tabouret Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Syria, Raqqa Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; molded and glazed

Tabouret Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Syria, Raqqa Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; molded and glazed

A RARE RAQQA TURQUOISE-GLAZED JAR, SYRIA, EARLY 13TH CENTURY the frit body of compressed globular form on a short narrow foot, with everted rounded rim, painted in underglaze black with a turquoise glaze, the body with a hatched design of vertical and horizontal stripes, minor and major bands above and below 20.4cm.

A RARE RAQQA TURQUOISE-GLAZED JAR, SYRIA, EARLY 13TH CENTURY the frit body of compressed globular form on a short narrow foot, with everted rounded rim, painted in underglaze black with a turquoise glaze, the body with a hatched design of vertical and horizontal stripes, minor and major bands above and below 20.4cm.

Jar | Origin:  Raqqa,  Syria | Period: late 12th-early 13th century | Details:  Before the devastating Mongol invasion in the mid-thirteenth century, the city of Rakka in northern Syria became an important ceramic center. This elegant jar is characteristic of one type of ware associated with Rakka. It is decorated with bold black designs under a transparent turquoise glaze that is often quite thickly applied and appears almost in relief. | Type: Stone-paste painted in black under turquoise…

Jar | Origin: Raqqa, Syria | Period: late 12th-early 13th century | Details: Before the devastating Mongol invasion in the mid-thirteenth century, the city of Rakka in northern Syria became an important ceramic center. This elegant jar is characteristic of one type of ware associated with Rakka. It is decorated with bold black designs under a transparent turquoise glaze that is often quite thickly applied and appears almost in relief. | Type: Stone-paste painted in black under turquoise…

Stele: a tile head piece for a grave  Raqqa, Syria, 12th-13th century?

Stele: a tile head piece for a grave Raqqa, Syria, 12th-13th century?

Mamluk Raqqa Pottery Jar Ayyubid Syria Early 15th

Mamluk Raqqa Pottery Jar Ayyubid Syria Early 15th

Albarello Raqqa, Syria (made) 1200-1250 (made)

Albarello

Albarello Raqqa, Syria (made) 1200-1250 (made)

Khalili Collections | Islamic Art | Collections | Khalili

Khalili Collections | Islamic Art | Collections | Khalili

Bowl, Raqqa, Syria (made) - 13th century | V&A Search the Collections

Bowl

Bowl, Raqqa, Syria (made) - 13th century | V&A Search the Collections

Lusterware Apothecary Jar  Mamluk, Syria, 14th century This jar was probably produced for the celebrated Damascene hospital of Nur al-Din Mahmud ibnZangi.

Lusterware Apothecary Jar Mamluk, Syria, 14th century This jar was probably produced for the celebrated Damascene hospital of Nur al-Din Mahmud ibnZangi.

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