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Bowl, turquoise glaze, the interior is divided into four sections by two intersecting bands of calligraphy. It has a round form with a T-section rim and a cobalt plain band around the rim.
AKM801, Bowl with Cross-Shaped Motif and Waterweed Design

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Bowl, turquoise glaze, with water-weed motifs on the exterior.
AKM801, Bowl with Cross-Shaped Motif and Waterweed Design, Exterior

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Bowl with Cross-Shaped Motif and Waterweed Design
  • Accession Number:AKM801
  • Place:Iran, Kashan
  • Dimensions:12.3 x 29.6 cm
  • Date:early 13th century
  • Materials and Technique:fritware, with black decoration under a transparent turquoise glaze

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