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Blue Glaze Jug - AMD.52
Origin: Central Asia
Circa: 1400 AD
Dimensions: 7.8" (19.8cm) high x 5.1" (13.0cm) wide
Collection: Islamic Art
Medium: Glazed Earthenware


Location: UAE
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Description
The frit body is ob baluster form, with a sloping shoulder and a straight cylindrical neck, with an attached strap handle. This jug is made of composite white fritware. It is covered in a turquoise blue glaze, which stops short of the foot-ring. The decoration is painted, not splashed. Three black lines are painted on the mouth, body and foot of the jug. The handle is undulated and is decorated with two dots.

This object is remarkably unique in its colour and decoration. It is a fine example of “underglaze painted” vessels. - (AMD.52)

 

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