Bottle 16th century Geography: Iran

Bottle Date: century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted in blue under a transparent glaze Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1915 Accession Number:

Italian pharmacy bottle (one of a pair) c1520 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

☤ MD ☞✪ Pharmacy Bottle (one of a pair), Italy; majolica or tin enameled earthenware, circa

Italian, Murano, about 1500 Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration H: 7 1/16 x Diam. [lip]: 3 13/16 in.

Title: Goblet Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: Italian Place(s): Venice, Veneto, Italy (Place created) Date: about 1500 Medium: Free- and mold-blown coblat-blue glass with gold leaf, enamel, and applied decoration Dimensions: x cm x 3 in.

Bottle | Made in Damascus, Syria, 16th century-17th century | Materials: fritware painted under the glaze | Bottle of grey fritware, painted in colours on a white slip and covered with a clear glaze. Pear-shaped body, and with a long neck with a knop, above which has been broken off. Painted in blue and green outlined in olive-green. Round the body are flowers and scrolled foliage on a continuous wavy stem. The neck and shoulder are vertically striped | VA Museum, London


Bottle Made in Damascus, Syria, century Materials: fritware painted under the glaze

Pharmacy Jar, dated 1515 Italian (Siena) Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica)

Pharmacy Jar, dated 1515 Italian (Siena), Tin–glazed earthenware (majolica), Metropolitan Museum of Art

jug; Ottoman dynasty; 16thC; Iznik

Scale panels divided or broken by spirally curving saz leaves. Made of black, cobalt, turquoise, red (bole) painted and glazed ceramic, pottery.

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