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Huge Finest Islamic Persian Mamluk Cairoware Tray Brass Silver Copper 70 cm 2

Huge Finest Islamic Persian Mamluk Cairoware Tray Brass Silver Copper 70 cm 2

Big Islamic Silver Tray Brass Copr Cairoware Mamluk Beasts Kufic Persian Ottoman

Big Islamic Silver Tray Brass Copr Cairoware Mamluk Beasts Kufic Persian Ottoman Photos and Information in AncientPoint

A fine Mamluk gold- and silver-inlaid cast brass bowl with inscription, Egypt or Syria, late 13th or early 14th century Estimated $ 400,000-500,000. Photo: Courtesy Sotheby's

A fine Mamluk gold- and silver-inlaid cast brass bowl with inscription, Egypt or Syria, late or early century.Courtesy of Sotheby's .

Ancient astrolabe

The Earliest Surviving Dated Astrolabe – An astronomical instrument used for observing planetary movements, was indispensable for navigation. A type of analog calculator, brass astrolabes were developed by mathematicians in the medieval Islamic world.

Brass incense burner, Egypt or Syria

Brass Incense Burner with Gold, Silver and Black Compound Inlay, Mamluk, Egypt or Syria, first half century Museum of Islamic Art

Large Finest Islamic Tray Mamluk Cairoware Persian Kufic Arabic Calligraphy 65cm

Large Finest Islamic Tray Mamluk Cairoware Persian Kufic Arabic Calligraphy 65cm

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Spherical Astrolabe, by Musa, Eastern Islamic, 1480/81  Why is this not available in jewelry-sized modern replica? C'mon Alchemy Gothic, get on it!

Spherical Astrolabe, by Musa, Eastern Islamic, Why is this not available in jewelry-sized modern replica? C'mon Alchemy Gothic, get on it!

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