7 October 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 2,500
Estimate GBP 2,000 - GBP 3,000
A KASHAN BLACK AND TURQUOISE POTTERY BOWL
CENTRAL IRAN, 13TH CENTURY
Of rounded form with vertical sides on short everted foot, the interior painted in black with a central cusped roundel containing two bold arabesques on a ground of similar smaller motifs, lobes around the interior of the rim, the rim plain black, the exterior with radiating paired black lines, cracked, repaired rim chip
5in. (12.6cm.) diam.
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