IMPORTANT BAMIYAN SPLASHED SGRAFFIATO POTTERY BOWL CENTRAL ASIA, GHAZNAVID DYNASTY 1100 AD to 1200 AD
The bowl extremely attractive with the carved symethrical pattern under the glaze. Very detailed and with an unusual amount of precise decoration, done in hand prior to the firing.
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IMPORTANT SPLASHED SGRAFFIATO POTTERY BOWL GHAZNAVID DYNASTY IN BAMIYAN CENTRAL ASIA,1100 AD to 1200 AD
The bowl extremely attractive with the carved symethrical pattern under the glaze. Very detailed and with an unusual amount of precise decoration, done in hand prior to the firing. ...click for details
IMPORTANT HISPANO-MOORISH BRONZE MORTAR, DATING LATE MEDIEVAL, 12TH.-14TH. CENTURY.
As the most interesting and priceless item from the collection we're currently handling, we are proud to present an exceptional Hispano Moorish / Islamic Spain bronze mortar. A large and massive bronze mortar decorated with ribs that resamples those fo ...click for details
A fine little lot of three silver rings, dating to the 8th.-12th. century AD.
One ring with a small hemispheric bezel with a duck engraved is likely Islamic and belongs to the very early period. The other two either Islamic or Byzantine with dome-shaped bezels. ...click for details
Very large and impressive decorated bronze bowl, dating to the period of Abbasid dominance, 7th.-9th. AD.
This bowl belongs to the interesting group of metal vessels which were made of high tin, or white bronze, in Persian sefîd rûy or in Arabic nuhâs abyad, an alloy of copper and zinc from around the 7th. cent and onwards. ...click for details
A superbly engraved large bronze tray, Seljuks dating to the 10-12th. cent AD.
From the very beginning of the Seljuk period.
A rectangular bronze tray, engraved in the interiour with a pair of human-headed lions seated, confronting each other in a floral garden or wood. ...click for details