A KASHAN BIRD-HEADED EWER, PERSIA, 12TH/13TH CENTURY of elongated baluster form, with bulbous body narrowing to a neck with flaring mouth in the form of a chicken's head, the body decorated with underglaze cobalt blue stripes

A KASHAN BIRD-HEADED EWER, PERSIA, CENTURY of elongated baluster form, with bulbous body narrowing to a neck with flaring mouth in the form of a chicken's head, the body decorated with underglaze cobalt blue stripes دوره ايلخانيان

Persia, Seljuk period, 12th century, Earthenware ewer with molded decor under lapis-blue glaze. Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Persia, Seljuk period, century, Earthenware ewer with molded decor under lapis-blue glaze. Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Gölyaka Kasabasında bulunan esrarengiz saray Kubadabad

Gölyaka Kasabasında bulunan esrarengiz saray Kubadabad

A Seljuk Ewer, decorated with dancing figures with linked arms, molded fritware with cobalt and turquoise glaze, Kashan, Central Iran, c. 1200, 32.3 cm high.

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From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Ewer with Peacocks     Vessels Work Type     vessel  Date     12th century Places     Creation Place: Middle East, Iran  Period     Seljuk-Atabeg period Culture     Persian

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Ewer with Peacocks Vessels Work Type vessel Date century Places Creation Place: Middle East, Iran Period Seljuk-Atabeg period Culture Persian

Tankard

Tankard

Tankard Place of origin: Iran (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Ma.

Tankard

Tankard

Fritware bowl with applied ribs and rosettes, covered with a cobalt blue glaze. Iran, probably Kashan, before Museum Number

Bottle

Bottle

Bottle Place of origin: Iran (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Mat.

Tankard

Tankard

Tankard Place of origin: Iran (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware decorated with lustre over a transparent glaze

Bottle

Bottle

Cursive, Luster, Ceramic Pottery, Iran, Glaze, Perse, Museums, Cups, Isomalt

Tankard

Tankard

Fritware tankard with pierced decoration, covered in a transparent glaze. Iran, probably Kashan, before Museum Number

Bottle

Bottle

Bottle Place of origin: Iran (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Mat.

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