Ewer. Handleless,globular body,straight spout curved at tip, glazed ring foot, pinched neck, flaring lobed upper neck. Stonepaste body, white slip, cobalt blue glaze, lustre overglaze. Decoration on body of two streams in the form of lustre lines, dianthus, cypress, four and five-petalled flowers and stalks, and other vegetation; petalled flowers on spout with chain and solid lustre. Band of cross-hatching and irregular outlines on shoulder, narrow chain band, , solid lustre on neck, lappets in band, vertical bands in lobed panels of chevrons alternating with cross-hatching. Four floral clumps on white ground on interior of neck.

An00080909 001 l

Thing

Made Of
stonepaste, ceramic
Type of Thing
ewer
Subject
landscape
Techniques
moulded, slipped, lustred, glazed

Place

Found In
Iran
Made In
Iran

Time

Acquired In
1983
Made
17thC(late)
Period/Culture
Safavid dynasty, Islamic

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