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Parthian Turquoise -Glazed Ewer - ADC.126
Origin: Central Asia
Circa: 5th th Century AD to 7th th Century AD
Dimensions: 9.45" (24.0cm) high
Collection: Pre-Islamic Art
Medium: Earthenware

Additional Information: A

Location: UAE
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. Large jug, buff earthenware coated with a green glaze and has moulded and black painted decoration. The ovoid body rests on a splayed foot- ring, has a wide sloping shoulder, cylindrical tapering neck terminating in an everted and rolled rim and has a handle attached. There are two moulded concentric bands on the shoulder and a collar at the base of the neck. There is a large black painted patch on the front side of the vessel. Syria, Mesopotamia or Ira, 5th – 7th century A.D. Ht. 32.2cm; Top diam. 6cm; Base diam. 8cm. Prof. Geza Fehervari Prof. Geoffrey King - (ADC.126)


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