London, South Kensington
29 April 2005
A BOKHARA TINNED COPPER BOWL, IRAN, 18TH CENTURY
Decorated with inscription panels to the rim, owner Muhammad Taqi bin Zaman Bukhari -- 7 3/8in. (18.7cm) diam; a cairoware bowl inlaid in silver and copper with panels of calligraphy alternating with roundels of a twin-fish motif -- 9½in. (24.2cm.) diam; and a cairoware copper shallow bowl with silver inlays -- 9in. (23cm.) diam. (3)
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The first item in this lot is from Uzbekistan and not as catalogued.
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