Türk Selçuklu Seramik Tabak.. Ortada Hayat Ağacı altında Hayat Suyu etrafında Ruh Kuşları.. Hayat ağacının bir tarafında elinde AND KADEHİ olan bir Türk bey'i. Ve diğer tarafında Lir çalan bir kadın.. Lir mitolojilerde Ana Tanrıça ile özdeşleştirilir ve Venüs'ün sembolüdür.

Türk Selçuklu Seramik Tabak.. Ortada Hayat Ağacı altında Hayat Suyu etrafında Ruh Kuşları.. Hayat ağacının bir tarafında elinde AND KADEHİ olan bir Türk bey'i. Ve diğer tarafında Lir çalan bir kadın.. Lir mitolojilerde Ana Tanrıça ile özdeşleştirilir ve Venüs'ün sembolüdür.

Horseman on Seljuk Bowl from Rayy, 12th to 13th centuries

Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran, Rayy Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted and gilded on an opaque white glaze (mina'i).

Seljuk Costume on Ceramics, 12th to 13th centuries

Bowl early century Saljuq period Stone-paste painted under clear glaze H: W: cm Kashan, Iran

IRAN, KASHAN Seljnk period 1038-1194 Bowl, with story of Bahram Gur early 13th century, Kashan stone-paste earthenware, underglaze & lustre decoration

IRAN, KASHAN Seljnk period Bowl, with story of Bahram Gur early century, Kashan stone-paste earthenware, underglaze & lustre decoration

Seljuk dynasty (1038–1194) Mina’i ware ; Bowl with a Rider on Horseback accompanied by a Hound and Two Birds late 12th–early 13th century Mina'i ware; painted and gilded fritware on an opaque turquoise glaze

Seljuk dynasty Mina’i ware ; Bowl with a Rider on Horseback accompanied by a Hound and Two Birds late century Mina'i ware; painted and gilded fritware on an opaque turquoise glaze

Bowl | Origin: Kashan, Iran | Period: late 12th-early 13th century Saljuq period | Details: Not Available | Type: Stone-paste painted under and over transparent glaze | Size: H: 8.5 W: 20.3 D: 20.3 cm | Museum Code: F1945.8 | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Bowl late century Saljuq period Stone-paste painted under and over transparent glaze H: W: D: cm Kashan, Iran

Bowl depicting two harpies, winged spirits, from the Seljuq dynasty that ruled Persia, Mesopotamia and parts of Anatolia in the 11th and 12th century CE. The bowl dates back to late 12th - early 13th century CE. With Persian poetry verses on the exterior: Beware, O friend, things have gotten out of hand. In knowing our days have been lost. I had silver and gold, patience and sobriety. In the grief infected by you, all for have been lost. Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Harvard University, C...

Bowl depicting two harpies, winged spirits, from the Seljuq dynasty that ruled Persia, Mesopotamia and parts of Anatolia in the and century CE. The bowl dates back to late - early century CE with Persian poetry verses on the.

Seljuk (Turkish) period polychrome bowl depicting royalty circa 1187

Ceramic bowl of the minai type from Kashan, Iran, dated 1187

Credit: Mina'i Bowl, early 13th century (white glazed composite body with overglazed decoration), Persian School, (13th century) / Detroit Institute of Arts, USA / City of Detroit Purchase / The Bridgeman Art Library

Credit: Mina'i Bowl, early century (white glazed composite body with overglazed decoration), Persian School, century) / Detroit Institute of Arts, USA / City of Detroit Purchase / The Bridgeman Art Library

Vente Christies 04/04 2006

A fine and rare Kashan minai bowl, Persia, circa 1220 AD

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