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Bowl    Date:      12th–13th century  Geography:      Iran  Medium:      Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted with gilding on an opaque white glaze (mina'i)  Dimensions:      H. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm) Diam. 8 1/4 in. (21 cm)  Classification:      Ceramics

Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted with gilding on an opaque white glaze (mina'i) Dimensions: H.

Bowl with Horsemen, Harpies, and Seated Figures, late 12th - early 13th century, Seljuk-Atabeg period, Kashan, Iran - Sackler Museum

Bowl with Horsemen, Harpies, and Seated Figures, late 12th - early 13th century, Seljuk-Atabeg period, Kashan, Iran - Sackler Museum

tammuz:    Bowl depicting two harpies, winged spirits, from the Seljuq dynasty that ruled Persia, Mesopotamia and parts of Anatolia in the 11th and 12th century CE. The bowl dates back to late 12th - early 13th century CE. With Persian poetry verses on the exterior

Bowl depicting two harpies, winged spirits, from the Seljuq dynasty that ruled Persia, Mesopotamia and parts of Anatolia in the and century CE. The bowl dates back to late - early century CE with Persian poetry verses on the.

Bowl Depicting Ladies on Horseback, Iran ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

Bowl Depicting Ladies on Horseback century Artist Unknown (Persia (Iran), Asia) Earthenware with overglaze polychrome colo.

A Saljuq Mināʾi bowl with a ruler and attendants, 12th-13th centuries.

Iran - Bowl with a ruler and attendants Object Name: Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted and gilded on an opaque monochrome glaze (mina'i) Dimensions: 3 x 7 x 7 Classification: Ceramics

Bowl Iran, late 12th-13th century Ceramics Fritware, underglaze-painted and overglaze-enameled (mina’i)

Bowl, Iran, late century Ceramics Fritware, underglaze-painted and overglaze-enameled (mina’i)

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.

Bowl Iran, Kashan Bowl, 1187/Muharram, 538A.H. Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, underglaze-painted and overglaze-enameled (mina'i), overall: 3 3/8 x 8 3/8 in. (8.57 x 21.27 cm) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Allan C. Balch (M.45.3.116) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Minai ware bowl, Kashan, Iran, dated x cm) Gift of Mr. Allan C. Balch Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

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