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Tile Date: second half 17th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; glazed

Tile Date: second half century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste;

Three Qajar underglaze-painted moulded pottery Tiles   Persia, circa 1880  rectangular, decorated in polychrome, two depicting a mounted hawksman and a couple reserved on a blue landscape, each with upper border with floral vine, framed   the largest 36 x 23.5 cm. approx

回 Tile o Phile 回 Three Qajar underglaze-painted moulded pottery Tiles, Persia, circa 1880

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Iran. Late 12th century CE from the Louvre, Paris

Turkish Seljuk wall tile from Iran. Late century CE from the Louvre, Paris

Türk Selçuklu Seramik. 12-13.yy.

Türk Selçuklu Seramik. 12-13.yy.

Bowl with Horsemen, Harpies, and Seated Figures, late 12th - early 13th century, Seljuk-Atabeg period, Kashan, Iran - Sackler Museum

Bowl with Horsemen, Harpies, and Seated Figures, late 12th - early 13th century, Seljuk-Atabeg period, Kashan, Iran - Sackler Museum

Tile      Place of origin:      Kashan, Iran (made)     Date:      early 13th century (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Fritware painted in lustre over the glaze

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Tile Place of origin: Kashan, Iran (made) Date: early century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Fritware painted in lustre over the glaze

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