London, South Kensington
12 October 2000
A Cuerda Seca pictorial tile
Qajar Persia, 19th Century
in the Safavid style, from a larger composition, depicting a girl, her head turned to the side, parts of other figures visible -- 9¾in. (24.7cm.) square, (chips to extremities and some wear).
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