London, South Kensington
12 October 2000
A Kashan turquoise, black glazed pottery jar
late 13th Century
on short vertical foot, of globular form with everted mouth, decorated with a band of panels reserved with dot motifs; a Syrian Raqqa pottery bowl with tall spreading foot, slightly everted mouth, decorated to the centre with calligraphy; a sgraffito pottery bowl, decorated with radiating lines from a stylised motif to the centre -- 7in. (18.2cm.) diam max; a turquoise glazed dish -- 8in. (20.3cm.) diam; and a reproduction Islamic lustreware bowl -- 6¼in. (15.9cm.) diam, (broken and restored).
See Illustration for part lot. (5)
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