Museum of Islamic Art Inaugurates the Islamic Glass Exhibitions - Magazine | Islamic Arts Magazine

Mamluk Revival Lamp Made by Philippe-Joseph Brocard, France (Paris) - 1880 - Blown colourless glass with applied loops, enameled and gilded decoration, - Museum of Islamic Art, / Courtesy of Museum of Islamic Art (MIA)

1549, British Museum

Mosque Lamp made for the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, polychrome glazed pottery, Iznik, Turkey, 38 cm high © The Trustees of the British Museum

1580-85, Metropolitan Müzesi

Mosque lamp, İznik, Turkey, century (Mosque lamps have been used not only for illuminating but also for enhancing acoustic capability of mosques.

Mosque Lamp for the Mausoleum of Amir Aydakin al-'Ala'i al-Bunduqdar, shortly after 1285. Egyptian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 (17.190.985) | The two gold crossbows against a red shield indicate that the patron of this lamp held the high-ranking office of bunduqdar (keeper of the bow) at the Mamluk court. #OneMetManyWorlds

Mosque Lamp for the Mausoleum of Amir Aydakin al-'Ala'i al-Bunduqdar, shortly after Egyptian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

1580-85, Tevfik, Nihal Kuyaş Koleksiyonu

1580-85, Tevfik, Nihal Kuyaş Koleksiyonu

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