Plate with Phoenixes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This bowl is a fine example of the so-called 'Sultanabad' wares which were produced during in the Ilkhanid period. This type is characterized by a distinctive glaze, incorporating fine underdrawing in black or grey-green, often combined with cobalt and turquoise accents
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A collection of over 230 ceramic objects (vessels) at the Islamic Art Exhibit of Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
A Sultanabad plate Iran, probably Kashan, late 13th-14th Century Fritware covered in grey-green
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Earthenware, Ceramics and Tiles at the Smithsonian Museum « Islamic Arts and Architecture
Bowl | Origin: Iran or Afghanistan | Period: 10th century Samanid period | Details: Not Available | Type: Earthenware painted over transparent glaze | Size: W: 32.4 cm | Museum Code: F1953.70 | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.