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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

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

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

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

ogata kenzan (1663~1743)

ogata kenzan (1663~1743)

Ceramic plate, late 12th–early 13th century, glazed earthenware with champlevé decoration, Athens, Benaki Museum

Ceramic plate, late 12th–early 13th century, glazed earthenware with champlevé decoration, Athens, Benaki Museum

Tsuchiya Mari pottery, Japan

Tsuchiya Mari pottery, Japan

A Sultanabad pottery Bowl Persia, early 14th Century.

A Sultanabad pottery Bowl Persia, early 14th Century.

Shu Mochizuki, Gallary Ikkan - Tea bowl golden lace

Shu Mochizuki, Gallary Ikkan - Tea bowl golden lace

POMEGRANATES AND LEAVES - Northern Iran or Western Central Asia (Timurid), 15th century - A large pottery dish of shallow rounded form with a sloping rim standing on a short foot, the reddish buff earthenware body coated inside and partially on the outside with a white slip on which the decoration has been painted in an elegant bichrome palette of crisp black and turquoise under a transparent, colourless lead glaze with a delicate crackle.

POMEGRANATES AND LEAVES - Northern Iran or Western Central Asia (Timurid), 15th century - A large pottery dish of shallow rounded form with a sloping rim standing on a short foot, the reddish buff earthenware body coated inside and partially on the outside with a white slip on which the decoration has been painted in an elegant bichrome palette of crisp black and turquoise under a transparent, colourless lead glaze with a delicate crackle.

YAMADA Akira, Japan 山田晶

YAMADA Akira, Japan 山田晶

Charger | Origin:  Iran | Period: mid-15th century  Timurid period | Details:  Timurid production of blue-and-white ceramics flourished in fifteenth-century Iran. The decoration of this large molded plate centers on a wheel-like motif. Its stylized octafoil design of alternating scale and wave patterns was adapted from Chinese models.

Charger | Origin: Iran | Period: mid-15th century Timurid period | Details: Timurid production of blue-and-white ceramics flourished in fifteenth-century Iran. The decoration of this large molded plate centers on a wheel-like motif. Its stylized octafoil design of alternating scale and wave patterns was adapted from Chinese models.

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