Molded Tile This molded tile depicts four grandees associated with the court of Nasir al-Din Shah (reigned of the Qajar Dynasty They stand at attendance with their hands discreetly folded, demonstrating the formality of court ritual during the period.
Bowl, early Islamic Samarra type, with rounded sides and slightly flattened out-turned rim. Greyish white glaze painted in darkish blue with conventional design consisting of eight-petaled opaque flower within the six-pointed median star, the whole enclosed within a six-scalloped circle. Broken and mended. Rey excavation.