The vase with pronounced rim over a long neck and slender body is flanked by applied handles; the iridescent body is decorated with a band of Islamic characters and framed by thinner bands with a wave design.
Size: 5 ¾” high 2 ½” (from handle to handle)
Condition: Excellent, small deposits of darker color probably due to leaching of sediment when buried
The flared neck over a bulbous body with applied glass handle is decorated with a pair of enameled bands of Arabic script in blue, gold and iron red. The interior is covered with sediment which makes it difficult to determine its age.
Size: 5 ½” high
Condition: Good, repair to body and probably lacking one handle
The hand-blown vessel with bulbous body has a long neck with a flared rim that is pinched to form a spout. The body has an applied zigzag glass decoration along with a delicate strap handle. The body has classification that may be from age or intentional.
Size: 4 ¾: high
The molded body in a hookah form is hand decorated in stylized carnations and geometric bands in cobalt blue and greens on a white ground. The top is surmounted by a domed shaped lid; however it may be used as a vase without the lid and still proportionately pleasing. The verso is unmarked and we are unsure of its age.
Size: 14 ½” high, 7” wide
Condition: excellent with normal wear on bottom
A vessel with cobalt blue body, applied strap handles and round medallions is hand blown. The medallions have a design in relief that is not identifiable due to wear. The interior and parts of the exterior have mineral deposits. This vessel possible is of the period
Size: 5 ¾” high
Almost like a patch work quilt. This piece is made up of various fabric remnants in squares that are stitched together to create an open work blanket. The blanket was used in a marriage ceremony and draped the animal the bridegroom used in their procession. The year 1960 is embroidered on the frame of the blanket. This wall hanging, adds color to a bedroom or can be used as a window treatment...