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Harvey Littleton
Vase
1950
Gift of Harvey K. Littleton
1951/1.29
This fragment of a Mongol Islamic bowl comes from 14th century Iran. The side design features a kneeling person with a bottle, while the side panels have leopards and floral decoration. <br />
Colors included are cobalt, turquoise, green, and dark geen-gray on a cream-tan ground. The fragment is about one-third of the original bowl.<br /><br /><br /><br />
 
Iranian (Iranian)
Bowl Fragment with Figural Designs
14th century
Museum Purchase
1957/1.79

Maija Grotell
Bowl
20th century
Gift of Maija Grotell
1951/1.23
Probably from the Iranian region of Rizaiyyah Plain (Urmia), this ceramic pitcher contains a lateral tube spout. It is unglazed.
Iranian (Iranian)
Pitcher with extended spout
Museum Purchase
1957/1.48
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This <em>Mina'i </em>plate features seated figures of royalty, probably princes and/or princesses, along with two attendants and birds. There is a stylized inscription on the exterior. The glazed plate features turquoise, cobalt, black, white and brown-red coloring. It is likely a provincial or late <em>Mina'i  </em>style plate from the Seljuk period.<br />
 
Iranian (Iranian)
Plate
1100 – 1299
Museum Purchase
1957/1.65
This Mina'i ware bowl fragment displays well preserved base decorations. Five figures, two birds, a tree and a rim of Kufic insciptions float on the interior, while the exterior exhibits alternating red and cobalt symbols. The bowl is made with a pink-tan paste and a glossy all-over glaze. Ivory, red, cobalt, turquoise, black, pink and brown paints are used to create vibrant imagery.
Iranian (Iranian)
Mina'i ware bowl fragment with figures
1167 – 1232
Museum purchase
1957/1.67

Thai
Water Holder
16th century
Gift of Toshiko Ogita in memory of Tomoo Ogita
1987/1.312

Ban Chiang
Stem Bowl
9996 BCE
Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Yale Ginsburg
1983/1.104

Ban Chiang
Stem Bowl
9996 BCE
Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Yale Ginsburg
1983/1.105

Ban Chiang
Bowl
6995 BCE
Gift of Betty Gosling
1985/1.188

Ban Chiang
Footed Pottery Jar
7995 BCE
Donated by John Knodel
1985/2.127
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