London, South Kensington
24 April 1997
A SAFAVID BLUE AND WHITE OCTAGONAL EWER MADE FOR THE TURKISH MARKET
WITH FOLIATE BRASS HANDLE AND MOUNTS AND FACETED SPOUT, MOULDED WITH BANDS OF SCATTERED FLOWERHEADS AND OVAL BLUE PANELS INCISED WITH WAVES AND FURTHER FLOWERS, THE BASE WITH SIMILAR MOULDED BANDS -- 8.IN (20.3CM) HIGH, 18TH CENTURY, (MINOR CRACKS).
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