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Stone-paste bowl, decorated in the 'minai' technique. C12th-C13th, Kashan, Iran.

Stone-paste bowl, decorated in the 'minai' technique. C12th-C13th, Kashan, Iran.

Arts of the Islamic World | Bowl | F1912.6

Arts of the Islamic World | Bowl | F1912.6

Bowl depicting Faridun, Kava, and Zahhak in an episode from Firdawsi’s Shahnameh late 12th–early 13th century.Culture:  Persian, Iranian, Islamic, probably Kashan Period:  Seljuk dynasty (1038–1194) Classification:  Containers - Ceramic - See more at: http://artgallery.yale.edu/collections/objects/bowl-depicting-faridun-kava-and-zahhak-episode-firdawsis-shahnameh#sthash.8mCJy1xo.dpuf  Mina'i ware; fritware with...

Bowl depicting Faridun, Kava, and Zahhak in an episode from Firdawsi’s Shahnameh late 12th–early 13th century.Culture: Persian, Iranian, Islamic, probably Kashan Period: Seljuk dynasty (1038–1194) Classification: Containers - Ceramic - See more at: http://artgallery.yale.edu/collections/objects/bowl-depicting-faridun-kava-and-zahhak-episode-firdawsis-shahnameh#sthash.8mCJy1xo.dpuf Mina'i ware; fritware with...

Stone-paste bowl, with painted black abstract design under a turqoise glaze. C12th-C13th, Northern Syria.

Stone-paste bowl, with painted black abstract design under a turqoise glaze. C12th-C13th, Northern Syria.

Seljuk Bowl 12-13th Selçuklu Arşivi (@selcukluarsivi) | Twitter

Seljuk Bowl 12-13th Selçuklu Arşivi (@selcukluarsivi) | Twitter

A SELJUK FIGURAL MINA'I POTTERY BOWL -  IRAN, LATE 12TH/EARLY 13TH CENTURY.

A SELJUK FIGURAL MINA'I POTTERY BOWL - IRAN, LATE 12TH/EARLY 13TH CENTURY.

An important Kashan Mina'i and Lustre Bowl depicting a falconer on horseback signed by the artist Muqri, Persia, AD 1200-1220

An important Kashan Mina'i and Lustre Bowl depicting a falconer on horseback signed by the artist Muqri, Persia, AD 1200-1220

Bowl | Origin:  Probably Kashan,  Iran | Period: late 12th century | Details:  Preoccupation with surface decoration reached new levels of technical sophistication with the use of metal-based "luster" pigments—a combination of copper and silver—in twelfth-century Iran.

Bowl | Origin: Probably Kashan, Iran | Period: late 12th century | Details: Preoccupation with surface decoration reached new levels of technical sophistication with the use of metal-based "luster" pigments—a combination of copper and silver—in twelfth-century Iran.

Ağustos 2014 - Türk Kozmolojisi

Ağustos 2014 - Türk Kozmolojisi

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