Ilkhanid period tile work From Damghan, Iran, dated 1267 AD, dated in the Persian inscription on the rim. These tiles are now part of collections in various museums around the world. They were looted from Imamzadeh Jafar shrine in Damghan, the shrine itself is now void of any tiles. These tiles are in Louvre Museum.

Ilkhanid period tile work from Damghan, Iran, dated dated in the Persian inscription on the rim.

A MINA'I POTTERY BOWL CENTRAL IRAN, LATE 12TH CENTURY

A MINA'I POTTERY BOWL CENTRAL IRAN, LATE 12TH CENTURY

Turkish Seljuk ceramics. 12-13. century.

کاسه سفالی کاسه سفالی، ایران، پایان قرن 12 یا آغاز قرن 13 میلادی Bowl, Mina'i ("enameled") ware Date: late century Culture: Iran Medium: Composite body, stain-and overglaze-painted Dimensions: Diameter: 7 in.

Saljuq Bowl with Harpist, late 12th-early 13th century

Bowl Late Saljuq period Stone-paste body painted over glaze with enamel (mina'i) H: W: cm Iran

Bowl, 10th-12th century. Ceramic, white engobe, brown, yellow, and green slip, transparent colorless glaze, 2 1/2 x 6 3/4 in. (6.3 x 17.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum

Bowl, 10th-12th century. Ceramic, white engobe, brown, yellow, and green slip, transparent colorless glaze, 2 1/2 x 6 3/4 in. (6.3 x 17.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum

Bowl, 10th-12th century. Ceramic, white engobe, brown, yellow, and green slip, transparent colorless glaze, 2 1/2 x 6 3/4 in. (6.3 x 17.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum

Bowl, 10th-12th century. Ceramic, white engobe, brown, yellow, and green slip, transparent colorless glaze, 2 1/2 x 6 3/4 in. (6.3 x 17.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum

Türk Selçuklu Seramik Tabak.. Ortada Hayat Ağacı altında Hayat Suyu etrafında Ruh Kuşları.. Hayat ağacının bir tarafında elinde AND KADEHİ olan bir Türk bey'i. Ve diğer tarafında Lir çalan bir kadın.. Lir mitolojilerde Ana Tanrıça ile özdeşleştirilir ve Venüs'ün sembolüdür.

Türk Selçuklu Seramik Tabak.. Ortada Hayat Ağacı altında Hayat Suyu etrafında Ruh Kuşları.. Hayat ağacının bir tarafında elinde AND KADEHİ olan bir Türk bey'i. Ve diğer tarafında Lir çalan bir kadın.. Lir mitolojilerde Ana Tanrıça ile özdeşleştirilir ve Venüs'ün sembolüdür.

A Saljuq Mināʾi bowl showing Bahrām Gur and Āzāde the Harpist, late 12th-early 13th centuries.

A Saljuq Mināʾi bowl showing Bahrām Gur and Āzāde the Harpist, late centuries.

A Kashan lustre bowl with two seated figures, birds, and cypress trees, Persia, Late 12th/Early 13th century.

A Kashan lustre bowl with two seated figures, birds, and cypress trees, Persia, Late century

A Large Nishapur Plate Depicting Two Seated Figures, Eastern Persia, 10th century - Sothebys

A Large Nishapur Plate Depicting Two Seated Figures, Eastern Persia, century - Sothebys

Man with Cups on Fatimid Bowl, 11th-12th century. Lustreware plate with a design on an opaque white glaze of a seated figure holding drinking vessels. A signature can be made out above the man's left hand reading Ja'far. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Islamic. Period: Fatimid period 11th C. AD. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Islamic Museum, Cairo. Lustre painted bowl, Fostat, Egypt. Ref: p22, Medieval Islamic Symbolism and the Paintings in the Cefalu Cathedral by Mirjam…

Man with Cups on Fatimid Bowl, century. Lustreware plate with a design on an opaque white glaze of a seated figure holding drinking vessels. A signature can be made out above the man's left hand reading Ja'far

Bol fatimide avec un buveur 11eme siècle

Earthenware bowl, painted in luster over a white glaze Egypt; century H: Diam: cm A man pouring wine.

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