Bowl Aga Khan Museum,AKM728 Samarkand, Uzbekistan or Nishapur, Iran, 900s Earthenware, slip-painted, 12.7 x 34.3 x 15.2 cm
Bowl Inscribed with a Saying of 'Ali ibn Abi Talib Vessel 10th century Samanid period, AH 204-395 / AD 819-1005 Creation Place: Nishapur, Iran Reddish earthenware covered in white slip and painted with black (manganese and iron) under clear lead glaze 6.1 x 21.5 cm (2 3/8 x 8 7/16 in.)
Slip Painted Calligraphic Bowl - ADC.72 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 10 th Century AD to 11 th Century AD Dimensions: 1.38" (3.5cm) high x...
Slip Painted Calligraphic Bowl - ADC.176 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 10 th Century AD to 11 th Century AD
Incised Aghkand Dish - ADC.76 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 12 th Century AD to 13 th Century AD Dimensions: 3.98" (10.1cm) high x 11.22" (...
Shallow bowl Iran, early century Bequeathed by Oscar Raphael in Fitz Museum.
Bowl with flying phoenixes against a foliate backgroundtop
AN ILKHANID SLIP-PAINTED BOWL, PERSIA, CIRCA 1300 of deep rounded 'lotus bowl' form, decorated in underglaze blue and black outlines with a chinoiserie design of phoenix circling around a central pearl motif reserved on a ground of lotus flowers and foliage, the back with vegetal and floral motifs 20.5cm. diam.