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Double Kohl Tube, Umayyad or Abbasid, Syria, 8th-9th century Museum of Islamic Art, Doha

Double Kohl Tube, Umayyad or Abbasid, Syria, century Museum of Islamic Art, Doha

A RAQQA BLUE AND BLACK POTTERY ALBARELLO, SYRIA, FIRST HALF 13TH CENTURY of waisted cylindrical form with faceted sides, with narrow sloping shoulder and neck with everted rim, decorated in black under a turquoise glaze with alternating bands comprising calligraphic designs and palmette motifs, the neck with a geometric band 23.1cm. height.

A Raqqa blue and black pottery Albarello, Syria, first half century

AN UMAYYAD BLUE GLASS EWER  IRAQ OR SYRIA, CIRCA 8TH CENTURY  Rising flat base through moulded rounded body to tubular neck with shaped and pinched spout, the body decorated with groups of three vertical ribs, each side one nipped to join the central vertical one, with applied cobalt-blue handle with an applied ring joining to the back of the spout, fold at top to form a thumb rest, pontil mark, corrosion of the surface, intact  9in. (22.9cm.) high

AN UMAYYAD BLUE GLASS EWER IRAQ OR SYRIA, CIRCA 8TH CENTURY Rising flat base through moulded rounded body to tubular neck with shaped and pinched spout, the body decorated with groups of three vertical ribs, each side one nipped to join the central vertical one, with applied cobalt-blue handle with an applied ring joining to the back of the spout, fold at top to form a thumb rest, pontil mark, corrosion of the surface, intact 9in. (22.9cm.) high

Ewer with animal-shaped spout, 15th century, Egypt

Islamic Mamluk Ewer with Animal Shaped Spout Century CE Egypt/Syria, Mamluk Sultanate, Abbasid Caliphate)

Tray, 9th-10th century, Iran, bronze, State Hermitage. Tree of life, flower rosettes and islimi patterns

Name: Tray Place of creation: Iran Date: - century Material: bronze (brass) Technique: forged and chased Dimension: diam.

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Imported Luster Bowl (Object Name: Bowl Date: century Geography: Iran, Nishapur; luster-painted on an opaque white glaze Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund,

tomb of abu DARDA - http://on.fb.me/1FcEBVz -

Tomb of Abu Darda (may Allah be pleased with him) This tomb in Damascus belongs to Abu Darda (may Allah be pleased with him), an eminent companion of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him). His wife Umm al-Darda is also buried close to him.

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