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A Brass Ewer, Possibly Fatimid Egypt or Persia, 10th/11th Century

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A Brass Ewer, Possibly Fatimid Egypt or Persia, Century

Ewer with Inscriptions and Hunting Scenes Object Name: Ewer Date: 11th century Geography: Iran, Nishapur; Iran, Nishapur Culture: Islamic Medium: Bronze; cast, engraved

Ewer with Inscriptions and Hunting Scenes Object Name: Ewer Date: century Geography: Iran, Nishapur;

Ewer, Seljuq period (1040–1196), ca. 1180–1210 Iran, Khurasan Brass; raised, repoussé, inlaid with silver and black compound

Ewer, Seljuq period ca. raised, repoussé, inlaid with silver and black compound. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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A Fatimide green-glazed Sgraffito Jug, Egypt, century

Achaemenid (the first Persian Empire) Golden Goblet With Bulls  --  Circa 500 BCE  --  Miho Museum,Japan

Chalice with Bulls. Northwestern Iranian Gold Goblet with Bulls, Marlik (? Found in Tomb at Marlik, near Susa, it is an outstanding synthesis of Iranian and Mesopotamian elements.

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A rare beautiful century Persian safavid large hand chiselled tinned copper ewer.

Arc Sistrum 664-332 BC Late Period, Egypt (Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

*EGYPT ~ Arc Sistrum Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: BC Geography: From Egypt Medium: Faience, with darker blue inlay

Cast bronze ewer and cover, Mughal, India, 18th century:  pear-shaped body on pedestal base standing on four small feet, with a straight spout and serpentine handle with dragon and lion-head terminals, including a hinged domed cover, decorated with plain chiselled lotus petals to base and neck .

Cast bronze ewer and cover, Mughal, India, century

Hexagonal flask (amphoriskos), signed by Ennion, 1st half of 1st century A.D.

Hexagonal flask (amphoriskos), signed by Ennion, half of century A. Said to be from Potamia,.

Ewer, 8th–early 9th century Probably Syria Bronze, cast, engraved, and pierced; H. 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm) Samuel D. Lee Fund, 1941 (41.65)

Ewer with a Cock-Shaped Spout

Ewer, century Probably Syria Bronze, cast, engraved, and pierced…

AN OTTOMAN GILT-COPPER (TOMBAK) EWER TURKEY, 18TH CENTURY

AN OTTOMAN GILT-COPPER (TOMBAK) EWER TURKEY, 18TH CENTURY

A KHORASSAN COPPER INLAID BRONZE EWER, SIGNED BY ABU SA'ID, NORTH-EAST IRAN, 12TH CENTURY

A KHORASSAN COPPER INLAID BRONZE EWER, SIGNED BY ABU SA'ID, NORTH-EAST IRAN, 12TH CENTURY

Centurpine Sicily, Greek funerary vase a wedding scene set against a rich rose-pink background. 3rd-2nd C. BCE.

Centuripe vase, century B. Greek, Sicilian, Centuripe Terracotta H.

Persian Ewer, Iran  12th-century

Ewer, Iran ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

A Fatimid carved rock crystal ewer. Egypt, last quarter 10th or first quarter 11th century, mounted by Jean-Valentin Morel, Sèvres, early 1854

A Fatimid carved rock crystal ewer. Egypt, last quarter or first quarter century, mounted by Jean-Valentin Morel, Sèvres, early 1854

puzzle jug ...lead glazed with incised slip ...english (donyatt)

Puzzle jug

Puzzle jug inscribed 'P.' on the front, lead-glazed earthenware with incised slip decoration.

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