Perpetual Glory, Medieval Islamic Ceramics From The Harvey B. Plotnick Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, 2007, p. From Rhenish old family collection. Proofed in the late 1960s/early 1970s by specialists of the Hetjens Ceramic Museum in Düsseldorf a top reference! Provenanced Persian Medieval Islamic Sari-ware bowl: 11th century AD.
This bowl is Sari ware, the traditional term that refers to the town of Sari in northern Persia where it was previously assumed that pottery of this distinctive type was made. This has not been confirmed, and modern excavations have in fact shown that the type was made in Gorgan among other places.
Sari ware is known for its characteristic palette and monumental figurative depictions, especially of birds. Proof of posting is obtained for all items (copy available on request). If it is possible, we will also send with tracking, but not all countries have this possibility; if in doubt, you are welcome to check with us. All items are guaranteed to be authentic, to date from the period stated, and to comply with the description provided, with no time restriction for return if not. Every item we sell is guaranteed to be authentic and to date from the period stated.Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The item "Provenanced Persian Medieval Islamic Sari-ware bowl 11th century AD" is in sale since Thursday, March 5, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antiquities\Near Eastern". The seller is "grimstonian" and is located in West Sussex.
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