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Samarkand slipware, imitation of Iraqi Lusterware. 10th Century. The David Collection - Ceramics

Earthenware bowl, covered with a brown slip and painted in a white slip under a transparent glaze that is now decomposed Eastern Iran, Nishapur or Samarkand; century H: Diam: cm

A SLIP PAINTED POTTERY BOWL, NISHAPUR OR SAMARKAND, 10TH CENTURY  Of flaring conical form on short foot, painted in white and yellow slip on a brown ground with a wide band of pseudo-kufic, the exterior with graduated dashes - 8 1/8in (20.5cm) diameter

A slip painted pottery bowl, Nishapur or Samarkand, century

A Samanid Calligraphic Conical Pottery Bowl     Islamic & Indian Works of Art & Textiles  http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/a-samanid-calligraphic-conical-pottery-eastern-iranian-5552930-details.aspx

A Samanid Calligraphic Conical Pottery Bowl Islamic & Indian Works of Art & Textiles

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Bowl with Arabic inscription, century Attributed to Iran or present-day Uzbekistan, Nishapur or Samarqand; found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa Earthenware; white slip with incised black slip decoration under transparent glaze

A KASHAN BOWL PAINTED WITH CONCENTRIC DECORATION AND INSCRIPTIONS, PERSIA, EARLY 13TH CENTURY

A Kashan Bowl painted with concentric decoration and inscriptions, Persia, Early century

A Minai moulded pottery Bowl Persia, circa AD 1200

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