Flask. Long necked, fluted body and lower half of neck. Stonepaste pottery, white slip, transparent colourless glaze, lustre overglaze. Ring foot and glazed base, two spur marks. Decoration of floral and foliate motifs, including small willow, fir like tree, bird in branch and lustre panel with leaves in reserve. On neck, wide band of lustre below narrower band of arabesque.

An00089501 001 l


Made Of
ceramic, stonepaste
Type of Thing
painted, moulded, slipped


Found In


Acquired In
Islamic, Safavid dynasty

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