A GLAZED POTTERY BOWL, ILKHANID PERIOD, PERSIA, CIRCA 1300
fritware, underglaze painted in black and cobalt blue with radiating lotus design on the exterior, the interior with radiating panels filled with various abstract designs around a central medallion, standing on rim foot, 9cm high; 20cm diameter; together with two Nishapur bowls, Persia, 10th/11th century, slip-painted earthenware, each on flat turned foot, one with splash painted and sgraffito stylised foliate design, the other pseudo-kufic decoration, 8cm high; 17.5cm diam. and smaller
Provenance: Private Collection, London. Acquired Andre Cohen, Paris, 1950.
See a related bowl in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, No.EA1978.1638
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