Ewer (spouted). Stonepaste body, white slip, transparent colourless glaze, lustre overglaze, metal spout, neck and handle with engraved designs of animals, human figures, scrolls and roundels, ring foot.Decoration on body consists of lobed medallions containing carelessly painted vegetation with white stylised leaf forms between each medallion. Above foot and on shoulder bands of fronds. Narrow band of lappets on shoulder and wider band of vegetation on neck.

An00089490 001 l


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


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Made In


Acquired In
Islamic, Safavid dynasty

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