8 April 2008
A KUBACHI BLUE AND WHITE POTTERY DISH
NORTH IRAN, EARLY 17TH CENTURY
Of shallow form rising from short foot, the white interior with a central bird flanked by four inverted panels each with a central rosette alternated with floral swags, the cavetto with dotted motif within thin borders and the rim with reciprocal palmette motif, the exterior with a series of blue lines, repaired breaks and small areas of restoration around the rim
13½in. (34.3cm.) diam.
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