A RARE CARVED WOOD DOOR PANEL, SPAIN OR MOROCCO, LATE 15TH- 16TH CENTURY of rectangular form, comprising of pinewood sections decorated with an intricate geometric pattern composed of two large sixteen-pointed stars, interstices filled with smaller stars and polygons, reverse side decorated with one half of a monumental shamsa with geometric rays radiating further smaller half shamsas, with further interlocking polygons and stars, traces of colour pigment, mounted on iron display stand

A RARE CARVED WOOD DOOR PANEL, SPAIN OR MOROCCO, LATE 15TH- 16TH CENTURY of rectangular form, comprising of pinewood sections decorated with an intricate geometric pattern composed of two large sixteen-pointed stars, interstices filled with smaller stars and polygons, reverse side decorated with one half of a monumental shamsa with geometric rays radiating further smaller half shamsas, with further interlocking polygons and stars, traces of colour pigment, mounted on iron display stand

Turkish tile

Turkish tile

-Must be Turkish tiles (those tulips and design), right @michellesimonne?

-Must be Turkish tiles (those tulips and design), right @michellesimonne?

Golestan Palace detail - Tehran Iran

Golestan Palace detail - Tehran Iran

Janissary cap, the second half of the 17th century. Museum of Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Müzesi), Baden Germany.

Janissary cap, the second half of the 17th century. Museum of Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Müzesi), Baden Germany.

Islamic Miniature between 1500 and 1599

Islamic Miniature between 1500 and 1599

Female Acrobats Oil on canvas IRAN, 19TH CENTURY بانوی آکروبات دوره ی قاجاریه پرتره یک زن جوان دوره ی قاجاریه ایستاده بر روی دو دست رنگ روغن

Female Acrobats Oil on canvas IRAN, 19TH CENTURY بانوی آکروبات دوره ی قاجاریه پرتره یک زن جوان دوره ی قاجاریه ایستاده بر روی دو دست رنگ روغن

Folio from a Aja'ib al-makhluqat (Wonders of Creation) by al-Qazvini  early 15th century. Possibly Baghdad, Iraq or Eastern Turkey

Folio from a Aja'ib al-makhluqat (Wonders of Creation) by al-Qazvini early 15th century. Possibly Baghdad, Iraq or Eastern Turkey

Tile panel with Persian flower pattern (ceramic) Creator Morgan, William De (1839-1917)

Tile panel with Persian flower pattern (ceramic) Creator Morgan, William De (1839-1917)

Sufi (turban), India

Sufi (turban), India

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