The inscriptions are as follows:
Round the rim, in lustre: Two Persian quatrains and a benedictory couplet followed by the date fi jumadi al-ula sana 'ashar sittami'a (In Jumadi I, the year six hundred and ten (July-August 1213)). For similar Persian quatrains see Ernst J. Grube, Cobalt and Lustre, The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, London, 1994, no.272, which contains the first quatrains of the inscriptions in lustre and incised in lustre. For the benedictory couplet please see op. cit., no. 261.
The middle band in lustre has a Persian quatrain followed by an Arabic quatrain. For a similar Arabic quatrain, see Oliver Watson, Ceramics from Islamic Lands, Kuwait National Museum, London, 2004, p.356, cat.O.15.
Thekufic band repeats al-'izz al-da'im (Perpetual Glory), while around the base is an Arabic quatrain attributed to Imam 'Ali