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Large IslamicAlhambra Vase - GD.008
Origin: Spain
Circa: 15 th Century AD
Dimensions: 23.6" (59.9cm) high x 16.1" (40.9cm) wide
Collection: Islamic Art
Medium: Lustreware

Additional Information: AS

Location: Great Britain
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Alhambra vase, in the shape of an amphora, decorated with lustre, blue and brown paintings, presenting a fight between a Muslim warrior and a Christian mounted knights, with scrollwork and blossoming flowers around. On the opposite side there is an epigraphic band running across the vessel, written in blue in Kufic style, a large palmette on top, a “Solomon’s seal” below, with scrolls and flowers around. Andalusia, Granada, 15th century. X Comparative material: There is a similar Alhambra vase in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, dated to the early 14th century, cf. Amsterdam, Heavenly Art/Earthly Beauty, Amsterdam, 1999,, p.191. Geza Fehervari - (GD.008)


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