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Beige bowl with brown decoration, flaring sides and slightly splayed rim, the off-white mustard glazed interior decorated with a roundel containing a kufic inscription against vines and arabesques, the roundel within twelve sunray points, between the points a trefoil above vine volutes.
AKM551, Bowl

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Beige bowl with a brown plain band around the rim, the exterior with a singular section of the scrolling floral motif
AKM551, Bowl, Side

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Beige bowl with a brown plain band around the rim, the exterior with a band of kufic and scrolling floral motif
AKM551, Bowl, Side

© The Aga Khan Museum

Beige bowl with a brown plain band around the rim, the exterior view of singular sections of the scrolling floral motif.
AKM551, Bowl, Side

© The Aga Khan Museum

Beige bowl with a brown plain band around the rim, the exterior with a band of kufic
AKM551, Bowl, Side

© The Aga Khan Museum

Beige bowl with a brown plain band around the rim, the exterior with a band of kufic and scrolling floral motif.
AKM551, Bowl, Bottom

© The Aga Khan Museum

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Bowl
  • Accession Number:AKM551
  • Place:Syria
  • Dimensions:23.5 cm × 8.4 cm
  • Date:12th Century
  • Materials and Technique:Fritware, lustre-painted and glazed

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