23 October 2007
A MINA'I POTTERY BOWL
CENTRAL IRAN, CIRCA 1200
Of rounded form on short vertical foot, the white interior painted in a number of coloured enamels and gold with a central horseman surrounded by kneeling figures alternating with decorative motifs, the rim with white stylised inscription against a background of red, green and blue, the exterior with a loose black inscription, repaired breaks and areas of restoration, the exterior with one chip
8 1/8in. (20.6cm.) diam.
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