London, South Kensington
12 October 2000
Acre, AH 1203/1788 AD
with lines of large black calligraphy on blue marbled ground, signed by Muhammad 'Alizadeh in the town of Acre and dated AH 1203/1788 AD, mounted, framed and glazed - 27.2 x 16.5cm.; two calligraphic panels, each with large gold calligraphy on black ground, Turkey, with dates AH 1318/1900 AD and AH 1291/1874 AD, both framed and glazed - larger 86 x 38cm.; and Hilya, gouache heightened with gold on blue card, in traditional form with a circular and a rectangular panel divided by lines of large script, the interstices illuminated, signed by 'Abbas al-Baghdadi and dated AH 1419/1998 AD - 66.5 x 46cm.
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