SOLD Antique Islamic Mamluk Ceramic Jar 13th Century
Antique Medieval Islamic Mamluk monochrome brown glazed ceramic jar with a spherical body, short tapering neck resting on low foot-ring all covered by brown glaze with beautiful old iridescent patina except for the lower part of the body and the foot. Syria- Raqqua, 13th century AD (7 century A.H.).
CONDITION: no cracks, no repairs, nice age patina.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 11.5cm (4 1/2 in). Diameter: 9cm (3 3/4 in).
REFERENCES: 1) “Ceramics from Islamic Lands. (In association with The al-Sabah Collection Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait National Museum)” by Oliver Watson.
2) “ORIENTAL CERAMICS: THE WORLD'S GREAT COLLECTIONS: Vol. 4, Iran Bastan Museum, Teheran”.
3) “A Selection from Dr. Abdul Latif Jassim Kanoo's Collection of Islamic Art”
4)” Islamic Art in the Kuwait National Museum: The Al-Sabahv Collection” by Marilyn Jenkins.
5) “A Survey of Persian Art from Prehistoric Times to the Present” by Arthur Upham Pope.
6)”Islamic ceramic” by James W.Allan.
7) “Art of The Estern World” by Géza Fehérvári