A Mamluk-style painted and gilt mosque lamp, Syrian 19th Century
A Mamluk-style painted and gilt mosque lamp, Syrian 19th Century of typical form with flaring neck and three handles, painted with various scrolling and interlacing geometric designs, the handles with attached beaded hanging chains -- 11in. (28cm.) high.
A MAMLUK STYLE ENAMELLED AND GILDED GLASS MOSQUE LAMP
A MAMLUK STYLE ENAMELLED AND GILDED GLASS MOSQUE LAMP Europe or North Africa, After the Imberton copy of the Mamluk original, with typical rounded body on spreading trumpet foot and with flaring conical mouth, the body with six applied loop handles dividing a band of Mamluk thuluth on blue ground, the mouth with a band of similar gold-outlined blue inscription on clear ground with white scrolling vine interrupted by three blazon roundels, underside of the body with turquoise scrolling vine...
A MAMLUK ENAMELLED CLEAR GLASS BEAKER
A MAMLUK ENAMELLED CLEAR GLASS BEAKER SYRIA, LATE 13TH CENTURY Rising from the flat small base through the conical sides to the flaring rim, the exterior trailed with two lines forming a central band with alternating blue and red groups of three applied dots, applied blue, red and turquoise dots around the rim, two red lines above, overall heavy surface iridescence 6in. (15cm.) high
A MAMLUK ENAMELLED GLASS BEAKER
A MAMLUK ENAMELLED GLASS BEAKER SYRIA, 13TH CENTURY Of high cylindrical form widely flaring at the mouth, the exterior with two white and blue enamelled quatrefoil medallions linked by a band of gold naskh inscription written against a red band on the interior, areas of encrustation, intact 5¾in. (14.5cm.) high