Ewer. Stonepaste body, white slip, transparent colourless glaze, lustre overglaze. Bulbous body, ring foot, glazed base with central indentation, pinched neck with ridge, flaring upper neck, slightly everted rim. Decoration of iris, stream with grasses poppies, wide-leafed plant, bird in flight on body; interlace arabesque scroll on shoulder; solid lustre on narrow part of neck. Panels of solid lustre and leafy plants on flaring part of neck. Handle missing. Poppies and flowering plants on interior of neck. Vertical spout with solid lustre on side facing neck.

An00089488 001 l

Thing

Made Of
stonepaste, ceramic
Type of Thing
ewer
Subject
bird, landscape, tree/bush
Techniques
glazed, slipped, lustred

Place

Found In
Iran
Made In
Iran

Time

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

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