Ewer with animal-shaped spout, 15th century, copper alloy with incised decoration. Egypt or Syria.

Islamic Mamluk Ewer with Animal Shaped Spout Century CE Egypt/Syria, Mamluk Sultanate, Abbasid Caliphate)

Candlestick Date: first half 14th century Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Brass; inlaid with silver

Candlestick Date: first half century Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Brass; inlaid with silver

Candlestick with Figural Imagery Object Name: Candlestick Date: first half 14th century Geography: Iran or Iraq Culture: Islamic Medium: Brass; cast, engraved, and inlaid with silver and black compound

Candlestick with Figural Imagery Object Name: Candlestick Date: first half century Geography: Iran or Iraq Culture: Islamic Medium: Brass; cast, engraved, and inlaid with silver and black compound

Candlestick, late 13th–first half 14th century, Western Iran, Northern Iraq or Northern Syria

Candlestick Date: late half century Geography: Western Iran, Northern Iraq or Northern Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Brass; inlaid with silver, gold, and black compound

A CAST BRASS CANDLESTICK WITH SILVER INLAY, NORTH WEST PERSIA, 14TH CENTURY of baluster form, the slightly waisted truncated conical base with a flattened drip-pan, the tall, narrow cylindrical neck with a broad concave section at its centre, the base incised with a calligraphic band between lobed roundels containing alternating birds or seated figures amongst a dense foliate ground, similar decoration on the band near the base and on protruding section to neck

A cast brass candlestick with silver inlay, North West Persia, Century

Candlestick with Horsemen and Arabic Inscriptions Conveying Good Wishes and Blessings Upon the Sultan, 13th–14th century, Iran

Candlestick with Horsemen and Arabic Inscriptions Conveying Good Wishes and Blessings Upon the Sultan century Geography:Attributed to Iran H. (at base) 10 in. cm) Edward C.

Candlestick with candleholder in the form of a tulipside, Turkey, 16th century

Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

Greater Iran, probably Khurasan, late 12th-early 13th century

Greater Iran, probably Khurasan, late century

An Ayyubid silver-inlaid cast-brass incense burner, Jazira or Syria, mid-13th century

An Ayyubid silver-inlaid cast-brass incense burner, Jazira or Syria, century

Casket  Place of origin: Iran (western, made)  Date: 1300-1350 (made)  19th century (altered)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Brass inlaid with gold and silver  Museum number: 459-1873  Gallery location: Islamic Middle East, room 42, case 2E

Box

Casket Place of origin: Iran (western, made) Date: (made) century (altered) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Brass inlaid with gold and silver Museum number: Gallery location: Islamic Middle East, room case

Ottoman & Candlestick & Şamdan & Mumluk

Candlestick, cast bronze, engraved and inlaid with silver Southeastern Turkey; century H: Diam: cm

Ottoman Empire, Candle Holders, Candlesticks, Lantern, Persian, Ottomans, Islamic, Bronze, Candle Stands

Pinterest
Search