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Overall H: 7.6 cm, Diam: 24.6 cm
Not on Display
probably 1800-1899
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Pale green rather heavy, very bubbly, glass; free-blown and acid etched; short cylindrical bottom with high pushed up base having rough pontil mark and wide walls flaring to overfolded rim. Decoration consists of a very elaborate overall pattern of arabesques as well as inscription friezes on upper wall of bowl; the bands horizontally arranged; the acid etched surface has a slightly rough and dark surface, possibly from gilding or painting the decoration.
Davis, Cecil, Source
The Well-Known Collection of Fine Islamic Pottery (1960-03-08) p. 30, part of lot #137; BIB# 15546