London, South Kensington
7 April 2006
A Nishapur turquoise glazed pottery dish, North East Iran, 12th century
With sloping rim on a vertical foot, the interior incised with a band of radiating flutes beneath the glaze, areas of irridescence -- 10½in. (26.6cm) diam.
From the Collection of the late Professor Edward T Hall C.B.E (1924-2001)
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