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A KUTAHYA POTTERY BOWL
A KUTAHYA POTTERY BOWL

OTTOMAN TURKEY, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

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A KUTAHYA POTTERY BOWL OTTOMAN TURKEY, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY On conical foot, with rounded body and lightly everted rim, the blue, green, yellow, aubergine and bole-red decoration consisting of simplified medallions arranged around a central floral bloom, the walls with flowerheads, the exterior with fish motifs between two bands of cusped medallions with fish-scale motifs, with loop handles 3 ½in. (8.2cm.) high

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The Armenian inscription on the bowl translates as ‘To the image-maker (painter) Toros’.

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