A KHORASSAN NORTH EAST BRONZE EWER

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PERIOD: 13th Century

ORIGIN: Khorassan North East Iran

DESCRIPTION:
With the melon faceted body conceding to a band of raised lozenges around the mid-line, on short foot. The cylindrical Neck with flat rim rising to a part covered trough spout, simple loop handle with ball Thumb piece. The lozenges around the body with simple geometric divided designs,The Islamic Inscriptions engraved and inlaid along the upper part of one of the ribs. A band of chasing Animals in The Middle & at the base of the neck. The neck with floral Brids interlace panels and roundels divided by bands of benedictory Naskh inscription. Similar bands below the spout and along the mouth rim. The handle with simple inlaid and engraved roundels, strange corrosion.

CERTIFICATE: Comes with a certificate from the Art Loss Register.

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