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

Bowl Date: century Geography: Syria, Raqqa Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste;

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

: 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)

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

Albarello from Syria, late early C. From LACMA collections.

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

Fritware table, molded and covered with an opaque, turquoise glaze Syria, Raqqa; century H: 32 cm

Bowl

Bowl

Bowl Place of origin: Raqqah, Syria (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware with lustre decoration Museum number: Gallery location: Islamic Middle East, room case V


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