London, South Kensington
29 April 2005
A SAFAVID TINNED COPPER BOWL, IRAN, 17TH CENTURY
Of deep form with everted lip on short spreading foot, the exterior with a band of interlaced arabesques below an inscription band including small cartouche with the name of the owner, Muhammad Qasem, minor floral designs -- 11¼in. (28.6cm.) diam.
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