Turquoise-glazed single-handled jug with
squashed globular body, tall slightly everted
The thick opaque glaze covering most of the
Jug, monochrome glazed ware. Composite white
fritware coated with blue glaze. The body is
up of two parts, the lower and rounded one which
rests on a splayed foot-ring and the upper fluted
part which continues in a cylindrical, slightly
opening neck; a tall simple handle is attached.
Iran or Central Asia, 12th – 13th century.
Prof. Geza Fehervari
Prof. Geoffrey King