London, South Kensington
25 April 2002
A Persian copper pouring vessel
Timurid 14/15th Century
used in a bath, the handle doubling as the spout leading to an oval shaped body, decorated with interlocking flower motifs and calligraphic panels -- 15 3/8in. (39cm.) long.
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