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Catalogue of Persian Objects in the South Kensington Museum
South Kensington Museum
No preview available - 2016
Catalogue of Persian Objects in the South Kensington Museum (1876)
South Kensington Museum
No preview available - 2008
17th centy Abadeh animals arabesques arm-guard Basin birds and flowers black varnish blue and black blue flowers blue ground Blue-glazed earthenware Bought Bowl Brass Bronze bulbous body Carpet carved chased brass chased with figures circular coloured silks damascened with gold dark blue decoration decoration in metallic Diagonal flower pattern diam diaper ornament Dish for Rice dragon and flowers Early 19th centy Ecbatana embossed embroidered with flowers Embroidery enamelled engraved Ewer faience faience fine figures and flowers figures in medallions filled flower decoration Flower Vase flowers in blue gilt Glazed earthenware Green-glazed earthenware handle hard Hookah Base imitation of Chinese incised ornament inside painted Kalian Kashan Kufic letters leather long neck metallic lustre Old Persian painted with flowers pair pattern in coloured pear-shape Plate Salt Cellar Shiraz sian soapstone Spittoon Tazza th centy Tinned copper Wall Tile Water Bottle watered steel blade White-glazed porcelaine translucide Wood
Page 14 - MORTAR. Bronze, octagonal, chased with arabesques and Kufic inscriptions. Round the sides are projecting knobs, and on one side is a ring suspended from a bull's head. Found in the ruins of the city of Rhages. Persian.
Page 20 - Dakhl-i-pul." Brass, pierced with floral designs, and chased with figures in medallions and a band of inscriptions. These vessels are suspended in shops in the bazaars, principally in the kebab or roast meat shops, for the purpose of holding copper money. Persian. 19th century. H. 11£ in., diam. 6| in. Bought, 21. the pair. 510a.-76.
Page 5 - 76. Page 32 (Illustration). FIGURE OF A PEACOCK. Engraved brass filled in with black varnish ; on the breast is an embossed representation of the sun, on the tail is a pierced inscription. Old Persian. H.
Page 22 - ASTROLABE. Brass, round, chased, with five inner plates. It is dated 1074 AH (AD 1663). Persian. i7th century. Diam. 7i in. Bought, 61. 15*. 530— '76. Page 37 (Illustration). HOOKAH.
Page 93 - WATER BOTTLE. One of a pair. Glazed earthenware, " faience fine," with flattened sides and long neck (repaired) ; flowers and sporting scenes in blue and in relief. Persian.
Page 16 - LAMP STAND. Brass, cylindrical, chased with flowers, lozenges, and zigzag bands, and an inscription, filled in with black inlay. Persian. 13th or 14th centy.
Page 74 - Glazed earthenware, with five necks, the central one mounted with chased brass ; landscapes and birds, with figures, in blue, in imitation of Chinese decoration. Persian.
Page 69 - Earthenware, round body, painted with flowers, storks, and animals, in blue ; engraved brass handle, neck, and lid. Persian. H. 15 in., diam. 8 in. Bought, il. los. 467. — '74. Page 13 (Illustration}. WATER BOTTLE. One of a pair. Glazed earthenware, " faience fine," with flattened sides and long neck (repaired) ; flowers and sporting scenes in blue and in relief.