30 April 2004,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 311
GBP 200 - GBP 300
A partially glazed moulded pottery tile, probably Takht-i-Sulayman, west Iran, 1270-1280 AD
the square tile with moulded unglazed ribs forming geometric panels glazed in turquoise and cobalt-blue around unglazed floral sprays -- 7in. (17.8cm.) wide.
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similar tiles were found in the hunting pavilion of Aqaba Khan at Takht-i-Sulayman. Further examples are in the museum fur islamische Kunst, Berlin.
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