A Sasanian silver bowl Iran, circa 6th-7th Century A.D. The hemispherical shallow bowl decorated on the inside with a peacock, the body mould in relief with added incised decoration, with long tail feathers and scarf around its neck, 5¾in (14.5cm) diam
Sassanian Bulla of the General of the South -
Hallado en Nishapur,Iran Siglo X-XI Museo Islamico de Teheran.
Spanish blue and white tazza, Teruel (1650-1700) , Ref: R539 Spanish blue and white tazza, Teruel (1650-1700) , decorated with a leaping hare on a ground of stylised flowers and insects with smaller scrolls and tendrils , diameter: 9 in. 23cm.
Vase with Medallions Enclosing Birds Provenance Iran Period Persia, Sasanian period Year 6th to 7th centuries Materials Silver gilt Dimensions H-19.4 D-6
Plate from Manises, 1140. Now Louvre | par julianna.lees