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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dish with Design of Three Jars

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dish with Design of Three Jars

Bowl with Arabic inscription, 10th century
Attributed to Iran or present-day Uzbekistan, Nishapur or Samarqand; found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa
Earthenware; white slip with incised black slip decoration under transparent glaze

Bowl with Arabic inscription, century Attributed to Iran or present-day Uzbekistan, Nishapur or Samarqand; found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa Earthenware; white slip with incised black slip decoration under transparent glaze

Choi Seong-Jae, Korean ceramics http://www.veniceclayartists.com/korean-ceramic-arts-traditional-meets-contemporary/

It is always refreshing to see the contemporary Korean ceramic artists revitalizing their traditional styles into new interpretations that look contemporary while remaining respectful to their rich heritage in ceramics.

Bowl with a low base Byzantine period, Late 13th/14th c. Glazed ceramic, 9,5 Χ 16 Χ 7,5 cm Byzantine and Christian Museum, 001307

Top view of bowl with a low base Byzantine period, Late c. Glazed ceramic, Χ 16 Χ cm Byzantine and Christian Museum, 001307

Bowl | Origin: Iran | Period: late 13th century Il-Khanid period | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Bowl, Iran, late century Il-Khanid period, Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Date: mid-16th century Geography: Turkey, Iznik -- love blue and white, no matter the century.

Bowl Date: century Geography: Turkey, Iznik Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; painted and glazed Dimensions: Diam. of Foot 9 in.

Imitation Splashware Bowl, 9th–10th century. Iran, Nishapur. Earthenware; white slip, incised and splashed with polychrome glazes under a transparent glaze (sgraffito ware). H. 2 13/16 in. (7.2 cm) D. 7 1/2 in. (19 cm) Base: 3 1/8 in. (8 cm). Rogers Fund, 1940. Accession Number: 40.170.167. © 2000–2012 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Imitation Splashware Bowl, 9th–10th century. Iran, Nishapur. Earthenware; white slip, incised and splashed with polychrome glazes under a transparent glaze (sgraffito ware). H. 2 13/16 in. (7.2 cm) D. 7 1/2 in. (19 cm) Base: 3 1/8 in. (8 cm). Rogers Fund, 1940. Accession Number: 40.170.167. © 2000–2012 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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porringer, 1550 - 1600 diam. 16.5 cm sgraffito, lead glaze, slip glaze, redware  The Netherlands > South Holland > Leiden)

cm sgraffito, lead glaze, slip glaze, redware The Netherlands > South Holland > Leiden)"""

An Iznik pottery Dish Turkey, 17th Century

An Iznik pottery dish with spider web design Turkey, Century .

Byzantine, CERAMICS COLLECTION

The foot of this glazed, ceramic bowl is elevated on a splayed ring and its rim is vertical with a lip rolled over at an angle with the body.

Plate with three fish, Lakabi ware, Iran or Syria, Seljuk or Ayyubid period, late 12th or early 13th century

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