London, South Kensington
14 September 2000
A Qajar lacquer qalamdan
painted finely with three central portrait roundels of females, flanked by two further shaped cartouches of camels at leisure, and further smaller panels of calligraphy around the rim, the sides with panels of gol-a-bolbol design -- 9in. (23cm.) long, signed and dated 1279 Fathullah Shirazi 19th Century.
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