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Deep bowl, earthenware painted with slip under transparent glaze. Iran, 10th-11th century Available Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Deep bowl, earthenware painted with slip under transparent glaze. Iran, 10th-11th century Available Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

munan15:  Bowl Date: late 12th–early 13th century Geography: Syria, probably Damascus Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome-painted under transpare...

munan15: Bowl Date: late 12th–early 13th century Geography: Syria, probably Damascus Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome-painted under transpare...

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「土と共に生きる」 陶芸家町村勝己のブログ

Bowl Egypt, twelfth century Earthenware, overglaze luster painted 2 9/16 x 6 13/16 in (6.51 x 17.3 cm)  Accessed 3/22/14  This bowl shows some typical features of Islamic pottery:  luster paint, vegetal and zoomorphic (fish) patters, calligraphy and symmetry.

Bowl Egypt, twelfth century Earthenware, overglaze luster painted 2 9/16 x 6 13/16 in (6.51 x 17.3 cm) Accessed 3/22/14 This bowl shows some typical features of Islamic pottery: luster paint, vegetal and zoomorphic (fish) patters, calligraphy and symmetry.

Old Imari@裏ヤスハラ/古伊万里の様式

Old Imari@裏ヤスハラ/古伊万里の様式

Bowl Iran, Nishapur Bowl, 10th century Ceramic; Vessel, Earthenware, white slip, slip-painted in yellow-staining black, 3 x 10 1/8 in. (7.62 x 25.72 cm) Art Museum Council Fund (M.68.22.11) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Bowl Iran, Nishapur Bowl, 10th century Ceramic; Vessel, Earthenware, white slip, slip-painted in yellow-staining black, 3 x 10 1/8 in. (7.62 x 25.72 cm) Art Museum Council Fund (M.68.22.11) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

古伊万里

古伊万里

1. An Egyptian or Syrian earthenware bowl, 1200-50, depicting a harpy; her wing has a tiraz band with a pseudo-Kufic ‘inscription’ on it.

1. An Egyptian or Syrian earthenware bowl, 1200-50, depicting a harpy; her wing has a tiraz band with a pseudo-Kufic ‘inscription’ on it.

Naohiko ASAMI, Japan 阿佐美尚彦

Naohiko ASAMI, Japan 阿佐美尚彦

Lustre-ware bowl, Fustat, Egypt, c. 975-1125, diameter 13.7 inches (1938,0411.1)

Lustre-ware bowl, Fustat, Egypt, c. 975-1125, diameter 13.7 inches (1938,0411.1)

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