26 April 2005
A LARGE SAMANID DISH
CENTRAL ASIA OR NORTH EAST IRAN, 10TH CENTURY
On short foot, with broad rim, the white slip-painted interior with five large stylized pendants in brown and red, each incorporating three flowerheads, alternating with small decorative panels, repaired breaks with one area of restoration
16½in. (42cm.) diam.
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