London, South Kensington
29 April 2005
A large Kashan turquoise glazed pottery pouring vessel, Central Iran, 13th century
With twin spouts, pierced handles and reticulated shaped rim, the vessel set on a short foot with tapering sides and flaring neck, extensive areas of glaze irridescence -- 11in. (28cm) wide with handles.
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