Ottoman & Candlestick & Şamdan & Mumluk

Ottoman & Candlestick & Şamdan & Mumluk

Candlestick with Repouseé Designs / Khurasan (north-eastern Iran/Afghanistan), possibly Herat, late 12th or 13th century; Chased and beaten brass. ©Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Candlestick with Repouseé Designs / Khurasan (north-eastern Iran/Afghanistan), possibly Herat, late or century; Chased and beaten brass. ©Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Candlestick with Repouseé Designs / Khurasan (north-eastern Iran/Afghanistan), possibly Herat, late 12th or 13th century; Chased and beaten brass. ©Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Candlestick with Repouseé Designs / Khurasan (north-eastern Iran/Afghanistan), possibly Herat, late or century; Chased and beaten brass. ©Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Candlestick, Siirt, Turkey | V&A Search the Collections

Candlestick

Bronze candlestick with inlaid decoration, south-east Turkey (probably Siirt), ca.

Geniş 16.5 45 1999 uzun Hasans lysestage

Oil lamp, brass inlaid with silver Western Iran or eastern Turkey; H: Diam: c.

Incense burner (1294 - 1340, brass with gold, silver) on display in Museum of Islamic Art. Doha, Qatar

Incense burner - brass with gold, silver) on display in Museum of Islamic Art.

Candlestick (sham dan), Iran | unknown | V&A Search the Collections

Candlestick (shamdan) (Candlestick)

“Cast brass candlestick with silver inlay; decorated frieze with planets & constellations, Iran,

Geniş 16.8 38 1982 dragelysestage af bronz

Candlestick, cast and engraved bronze Central Asia, Afghanistan or Iran; century H: Diam: 17 cm

Şamdan

Candlestick, ca. Brass candlestick with twelve sides, western Iran, Museum Number

Şamdan Bankası

This candlestick base from Egypt was commissioned by a royal cupbearer in the late Century. Metalwork was an Islamic art form from earliest times that continued and thrived in the later years. This piece is brass inlaid with silver, gold and copper.

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