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Topic: underglazing

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Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Iran

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Fragment

Fragment

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Fragment

Fragment

Found Iran, Nishapur

Circular Box

Circular Box

Produced in Hunan Province in the south, Changsha wares were among the first examples of Chinese ceramics to feature prominently in maritime trade. The parrots painted on the lid further illustrate internationa... more

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Waterpot

Waterpot

Tang dynasty (618–907)

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur. Attributed to Iran, Nishapur

Fragment of a Jar

Fragment of a Jar

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Eastern Iran

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Egypt, Fustat

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Eastern Iran

Fragment

Fragment

Attributed to Egypt or Syria

Fragment

Fragment

Made in probably Egypt

Fragment

Fragment

Found Saudi Arabia, Dhahran

Jar

Jar

Similar underglaze painted objects are usually attributed to Raqqa, a town on the Euphrates in northeast Syria, from which a large number appeared on the market from the end of the 19th century. While some of t... more

Fragment

Fragment

Found Saudi Arabia, Dhahran

Ewer

Ewer

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Jar

Jar

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Luster Bowl

Luster Bowl

Nineteenth-century antiquarians’ fascination with The Thousand and One Nights and its 9th-century protagonist, Harun al‑Rashid, provoked interest in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where this Abbasid caliph once resi... more

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Syria, Raqqa

Ewer

Ewer

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Maebyeong

Maebyeong

Goryeo dynasty (918–1392)

Jar with a Pattern of Spiral-Filled Trefoils

Jar with a Pattern of Spiral-Filled Trefoils

This jar, excavated in the first decade of the twentieth century, exemplifies the findings that excited collectors and made Raqqa famous. Gertrude Bell, a traveler, archaeologist, and political officer, saw the... more

Vase

Vase

Made in Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Kashan

Ewer

Ewer

Made in Iran

Jar

Jar

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Ewer

Ewer

Nineteenth-century antiquarians’ fascination with The Thousand and One Nights and its 9th-century protagonist, Harun al‑Rashid, provoked interest in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where this Abbasid caliph once resi... more

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Rayy

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Found/excavated Iran, Nishapur

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Syria, Raqqa

Ceramic Bowl

Ceramic Bowl

Bowls such as this one were typical tableware used daily by well-to-do, middle-class owners for liquid or solid food. This example’s biconical shape with a high, slightly conical foot was common in ceramics dur... more

Fragment

Fragment

Found Saudi Arabia, Dhahran

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Ewer

Ewer

Attributed to Iran

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Jar with Three Inscribed Bands in Cursive Script

Jar with Three Inscribed Bands in Cursive Script

This heavily restored jar illustrates the practice of bringing together an assortment of fragments—easily found at Raqqa’s archaeological site—to reconstruct a single, more valuable object. Most of the fragment... more

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Vase

Vase

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Mounted Hunter with Cheetah

Mounted Hunter with Cheetah

Specialized cheetah-keepers tamed and trained cheetahs, caracals, and other wild felines for hunting expeditions, a traditional leisure pursuit of royalty and the wealthy elite. The trained felines rode with th... more

Ewer

Ewer

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Kashan

Bowl with a Sphinx

Bowl with a Sphinx

Said to be from Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Syria

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Jar

Jar

Found/excavated Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Syria, Raqqa

Footed Bowl

Footed Bowl

Nineteenth-century antiquarians’ fascination with The Thousand and One Nights and its 9th-century protagonist, Harun al‑Rashid, provoked interest in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where this Abbasid caliph once resi... more

Figure of a Dromedary
Fragment

Fragment

Found Saudi Arabia, Dhahran

Cup with Floral Decoration

Cup with Floral Decoration

Attributed to Iran, probably Rayy

Bowl with Knotted Dragons

Bowl with Knotted Dragons

This bowl shows an aspect of ceramics produced in twelfth-century Syria and the Jazira that proved unappealing to early twentieth-century collectors. While the painted design is exquisite, the whitening of the ... more

Jar

Jar

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Maebyeong

Maebyeong

Goryeo dynasty (918–1392)

Jar

Jar

Nineteenth-century antiquarians’ fascination with The Thousand and One Nights and its 9th-century protagonist, Harun al‑Rashid, provoked interest in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where this Abbasid caliph once resi... more

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Ceramic Lantern

Ceramic Lantern

This lantern presents a classic example of Raqqa lusterware in its stonepaste body composition, overglaze luster‑painting technique, and decorative motifs, which closely resemble those on the other lusterware o... more

Fragment

Fragment

Attributed to Syria

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Iran, Kashan

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to probably Syria

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Kashan

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Rooster-headed Ewer

Rooster-headed Ewer

This ewer belongs to a group decorated with bold cobalt blue stripes associated with Kashan. Although the pigment has a tendency to run, the potter controlled it masterfully, widening and tapering the stripe to... more

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Syria, Raqqa

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Kashan

Tile with Image of Phoenix

Tile with Image of Phoenix

After the Mongol conquest of Persia in the thirteenth century, an extensive trade network opened from China to the Mediterranean, allowing goods to move more freely than in prior centuries. As the objects in th... more

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Iran, Kashan

Fragmentary Bowl

Fragmentary Bowl

Attributed to Iran

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Iran, Kashan

Fragment

Fragment

Attributed to Egypt

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Dish

Dish

Made in Iran, Kashan

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria

Bowl

Bowl

Made in Iran, Kashan

Bowl

Bowl

Attributed to Iran

Fragment of a Bowl

Fragment of a Bowl

Attributed to Syria