23 October 2007
A KASHAN BLUE, BLACK AND WHITE CONICAL POTTERY BOWL
CENTRAL IRAN, EARLY 13TH CENTURY
On vertical foot, the white interior with six radiating black lines each with reserved naskh between cobalt-blue lines which divide panels containing floral motifs and arabesques, the exterior with black waterweed-motifs, repaired breaks, piece missing
8 7/8in. (20cm.) diam.
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The inscription contains an Arabic quatrain and a Persian couplet.
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