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This striking turquoise‑and‑black bowl belongs to a group of ceramics known as Kubachi ware. Named for a village in the Caucasus where this pottery was discovered in quantity, such wares may have been produced elsewhere in northwestern Iran

Second half 15th c. Kubachi ware bowl, stonepaste incised and painted in black under a turquoise glaze (12 3/8 x 5 3/4 in.) - Met Museum 17.120.70

Second half 15th c. Kubachi ware bowl, stonepaste incised and painted in black under a turquoise glaze (14 1/2 in.) - Met Museum 17.120.72

ogata kenzan (1663~1743)

Second half 15th c. Kubachi ware bowl, stonepaste incised and painted in black under a turquoise glaze (14 1/2 in.) - Met Museum 17.120.72

「色絵春草文汁注」尾形乾山 江戸時代18世紀前半 サントリー美術館

12th c. Raqqa, Syria bowl with Alif-lam Motif, stonepaste polychrome painted uner transparent glaze (dia. 10 3/8 x H 3 in.) - Met Museum 34.71

16-17th c. Kubachi ware stonepaste painted in polychrome under transparent glaze (13 3/4 x 2 1/4 in.) - Met Museum 57.61.9