4 April 2006
A KASHAN CLEAR GLAZED AND PIERCED CONICAL POTTERY BOWL
CENTRAL IRAN, EARLY 13TH CENTURY
With sloping sides on vertical foot, the interior completely plain save for a band of pierced interlaced arabesques with incised detailing around the sides, a simple cobalt-blue band around the rim, repaired breaks, very slight restoration, good glaze surface
8¾in. (22cm.) diam.
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Both this and the preceding lot have unusually finely worked pierced arabesque bands around the sides. Please see the note to that lot for further comparable bowls.
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