London, South Kensington
15 October 2004
A MAMLUK BLUE AND WHTIE GLAZED POTTERY TILE, SYRIA OR EGYPT, 14TH CENTURY
Decorated with a spray of serrated leaves on a scalloped pattern ground -- 8½in. (21.5cm.) wide.
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For a similar tile see John Carswell, Six Tiles, Islamic Art in the Metropolitan Museum Art, ed. R. Ettinghausen, 1972, New York, p. 122, pl. 13, no. C90.
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