Ancient Pottery, Stoneware and Ceramics

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Bowl with Central Fish Motif Object Name: Dish Date: century Geography: Iran, Kashan Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; incised and polychrome painted under transparent glaze Classification: Ceramics

Bowl with Central Fish Motif | The Met

Here, the radial blue stripes are bounded by two calligraphic bands painted on the stonepaste body in black pigment. The letters, etched through the pigment to reveal the white body‑fabric below, form an illegible pseudo‑inscription that may have had associations with magic

Bowl of white fritware with decoration painted in blue and black under a clear glaze, Iran, early century. Ceramic Sculpture, Sculptures, Islamic Art, Ancient Pottery, Ceramics, Artifacts, Art, Ancient Art, Ancient Artifacts

Bowl | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Bowl of white fritware with decoration painted in blue and black under a clear glaze, Iran, early 13th century.

met-islamic-art: “ Bowl with Two Facing Peacocks, Islamic Art Medium: Earthenware; luster-painted on opaque white glaze Fletcher Fund, 1964 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,. Islamic Art, Ancient Pottery, Art Bowls, Ceramics, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Art, Ancient Art, Art And Architecture, Ancient Artifacts

Bowl with Two Facing Peacocks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

BowlWhile this bowl and bowl 64.134 share the creamy yellow body fabric so characteristic of Basra pottery, they represent two very different approaches to luster painting and design, reflecting discrete phases in the history of Abbasid lusterware

heracliteanfire: Globular pottery askos, perhaps for funerary use, painted with bands of decoration. (via British Museum)

Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran, Rayy Medium: Stonepaste; luster-painted on opaque white glaze with monochrome decoration under transparent glaze Dimensions: H.

Bowl | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bowl Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Iran, Rayy Medium: Stonepaste; luster-painted on opaque white glaze with monochrome decoration under transparent glaze Dimensions: H. 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm) Diam. 5 7/8 in. (14.9 cm) Classification: Ceramics

Kashan Bowl (Iran), early century- Fritware, underglaze-painted (The Nasli M. Heeramaneck Collection, Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department)

Ceramic Vessel Collection at LACMA « Islamic Arts and Architecture

A collection of over 230 ceramic objects (vessels) at the Islamic Art Exhibit of Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

A Safavid blue and white bottle vase, Persia, century - Photo Sotheby's pyriform with bulbous base supported on a short foot,. Art, Pottery Art, Ceramics, Islamic Art

Clayart in animation

A 5,200-year-old bowl found in Iran’s Burnt City in the 1970's featured a series of five images that researchers have identified as being sequential, much like those in a zoetrope. Giving the bowl a spin, one would see a goat leaping to snatch leaves from a tree, as seen in the video clip below. What is also interesting is the images were drawn in distinct frames, similar to a film strip. The remarkable piece of pottery was unearthed from a burial site by Italian archaeologists, who hadn't…

Late Medieval maiolica (tin glazed ivory buff earthenware) Jug, painted bird in manganese and green, or C. likely Umbria, italy.

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Deep bowl, Jun ware: Deep bowl, Jun ware Chinese , Yuan Dynasty Date: century Culture: Chinese Medium: Stoneware with blue glaze. Dimensions: Diameter: 8 in. Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975

Chinese | Deep bowl, Jun ware | Chinese | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This bowl is not as well potted as Nos. 260 – 63. The blue glaze is fairly thin; it is shiny at the mouth rim and stops in an uneven line well above the foot. The unglazed body is buff-colored, showing a considerable amount of impurities

Spouted Bottle -- Chorrera culture -- Century BCE -- Ecuador -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spouted Bottle | Chorrera | The Met

This bottle in the form of a squash is typical of Chorrera ceramics in its minimalist, idealized depiction of the vegetable. Produced in southwestern Ecuador during much of the first millennium B.C., Chorrera ceramics reached a high level of technical mastery

met-islamic-art: “ Buff Ware Bowl with Geometric Patterns via Islamic Art Medium: Earthenware; polychrome decoration under transparent glaze (buff ware)Rogers Fund, 1939 Metropolitan Museum of Art,. Abstract Pattern, Ceramic Sculpture, Islamic Art, Ancient Persian, Ancient Pottery, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Art, Ancient Art, Geometric

Buff Ware Bowl with Geometric Patterns | The Met

A typical composition for the buff ware objects with abstract patterns, this bowl employs a favored quadripartite layout and hatched ground, and uses floral forms that were widespread in the ninth century

Pre-Columbian Chimu Culture Black Terracotta pottery AD - Can't own it, bit still love it.

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Pre-Columbian Chimu Culture Black Terracotta 1200-1450 AD

Bowl, Iran, late century Il-Khanid period, Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Earthenware, Ceramics and Tiles at the Smithsonian Museum « Islamic Arts and Architecture

 Nishapur, black on white ware

Bowl with Arabic Inscription | The Met

Bowl Produced in northeastern Iran, in the province of Khurasan during the Samanid period, this large bowl with its high, flaring sides and bold, rhythmically spaced inscription in "new-style" script exemplifies the elegance and perfect harmony of the "black-on-white wares" unearthed in the cities of Nishapur and Samarqand

Bowl Iran or Central Asia, centuryStonepaste; painted in blue and black under transparent glaze, H. cm Metropolitan Museum of Art,

Bowl | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Although true Chinese blue-and-white porcelain was available to elite members of Timurid society, local imitations in stonepaste were popular among the wider public. Modeled after a bowl from Ming China in both decoration and shape, this thin-walled stonepaste example has a three-clawed dragon running along its exterior